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The main difference between early fall in Houston and summer up North is it’s after Labor Day. Kids are in school, but the temperature hits 90F most afternoons and rarely goes below 70F at night. That’s life here in the sunbelt.
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The weather was just right, so I went over to a nearby pond and took pictures of reflections on the water.
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These photos are of attendees at Houston’s first Amazing Comic Con. This cosplay event was geared to a younger group than Comicpalooza. Help with the characters names will be appreciated and result in better captions.
Art Houston is a coordinated series of gallery openings in the hottest part of the year. These photos were taken at, outside of, or near the galleries.
This post takes its title from a show at Diverse Works, a Houston non-profit that supports visual arts. Diverse Works specializes in installations, and this multiple artist show was no exception.
More photographs from Houston Gay Pride 2014. This is the third and final set. Click on the “Home” button in the header to see the others.
Yesterday I photographed these people at Houston Gay Pride 2014. Five of them I have photographed previously, including the idiot preachers who were saying things so explicitly sexual and disgusting that I can’t repeat any of it here. “Petite Tattooed Girl” acquired most of her ink in the last 12 months. This year instead of the usual insufferable heat, it rained on and off. Look for more photos tomorrow morning.