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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.
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My journey through the Basque country continues. I exist on tapas and wine. The weather has been perfect save for a rain storm last night. The leaning houses were near a small river. They remind me of Kandinsky’s early work.
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?
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Non touristy travel photography from a non tourist traveler. Happy Friday everyone!
The final installment of my non touristy adventures in the Back Bay area of Boston.