East of downtown Houston the scene is made up of industrial sites alternating with Hispanic neighborhoods.
Somehow I found myself at a small park in Austin with a playground full of small children and their mothers. I decided to walk around and see what else there was to photograph in the area. After leaving the park our group continued to Town Lake where we walked around and crossed a pedestrian bridge. The white tree is a memorial to the millions of trees that have died in the ongoing drought.
Do you ever walk down the street in an upper class neighborhood and wonder what goes on inside the beautiful homes? Well, this isn’t just any street or collection of streets. It is the Frank Lloyd Wright historic district in Oak Park, IL. Most of the famous homes are on Forest Avenue, just south of Chicago Avenue. The homes not designed by Wright make better photographic subjects because the famous ones have been photographed a zillion times. I had good weather, some fall colors and decorations for Halloween in place on some of the homes.
These are singles. I probably could have included them with other photographs, but it did not happen that way.
Viewers may recognize that several prior water reflection photographs were of this excellent museum. The collection is varied including natural history, design and fine arts. No matter what I do, water is everywhere.
I am traveling, but may not be able to make another post for a week or so.
I Hope the People Are Healthier Than the Houses