10 Photos in This Gallery
Artcrawl is an annual event that takes place in November, usually on the same weekend as Via Colori. It is an early Christmas shopping opportunity for collectors. It’s located in the warehouse district North of downtown Houston, Texas that stretches from the docks North of I-10 where Diverse Works used to be housed to the Hardy Nance Studios where over 50 artists have studios. This area used to be dodgy, but has become gentrified. My two favorite venues here are Mother Dog Studios and the Hardy Nance Studios. Those are where I spent most of my time. The 2014 Art Crawl is next Saturday.
From Galveston Island, this is happening right now. Pretty girl bartenders, promotional models and thousands of roaring motorcycles across the street from the Gulf of Mexico. Stay tuned, I have more photos to publish.
6 Photos in This Gallery
These photos are mostly of active people in Mission Beach, California. They are bicycling, skateboarding, walking, and cooking.
5 Photos in This Gallery
This architectural oddity is located about a quarter mile North of Ninfa’s on Navigation in Houston’s Eado neighborhood. The area is in transition with large tracts of vacant land awaiting development. Some of these images were influenced by Geiger’s interpretation of the loading port on a garbage truck.
During the evenings I went out with a 28mm f/1.8 lens to capture a bit of night life. On a full frame digital body with good low light performance it’s the perfect tool for this kind of stuff.
This morning I awoke in Bilbao to perfect weather. The sun was out and the air was still. You might notice the most famous attraction Bilbao is AWOL. I have photos of the Guggenheim and will post them later. However, I managed to find a bunch of pipers, something you don’t expect here in the Basque country.
Are my glances of this city random, is there a pattern, or am I just lost in the fog?