Fort Davis National Historic Site

Posted on Jan 2, 2012

Fort Davis National Historic Site

West Texas is a magical area, especially around Fort Davis which is blissfully several degrees cooler than most of the state in the summer thanks to its elevation. The town grew up around this historic fort on the road between San Antonio and El Paso. Today it’s a National Historic Site with renovation still ongoing. Prints of this image are available with widths between 30″ and 60″. Available Sizes 60″ x 36″ $910.00 USD45″ x 27″ $685.00 USD35″ x 21″ $430.00 USD30″ x 18″ $365.00...

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Hamilton Pool

Posted on Jan 2, 2012

Hamilton Pool

Yes – it really is that idyllic and beautiful. Hamilton Pool lies about 20 miles west of Austin and is an enormously popular swimming hole on summer weekends. It was formed when part of the roof of a cave holding an underground rover caved in leaving a round lake half covered by an enormous rock overhang. If you find yourself in central Texas with nothing to do for a day, you could do a lot worse than take a visit to one of the area’s most spectacular natural sites. Prints of this image are available with widths between 36″ and 60″. Available Sizes 60″ x...

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Texas State Capitol, Austin

Posted on Jan 2, 2012

Texas State Capitol, Austin

This landscape format shot of the Texas State Capitol in Austin was taken at the same time as the portrait version you can find here. If you are up early during the summer, head to the north side of the State Capitol building and you can catch a great image of the building with the underground rotunda in the foreground. Prints of this image are available with widths between 36″ and 60″. Available Sizes 60″ x 40″ $960.00 USD48″ x 32″ $765.00 USD36″ x 24″ $465.00...

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Chevron Building, Houston

Posted on Jan 2, 2012

Chevron Building, Houston

The collection of buildings at the corner of Smith & Bell in downtown Houston, Texas has been a favourite of mine for several years. This place epitomises the large American city skyline as far as I am concerned – tall skyscrapers covered in reflective glass panels. This junction also hosts a large, circular skywalk joining all four corners and offering a great frame when shooting upwards with a very wide-angle lens. For those interested in history, although this building is currently occupied by the Chevron oil company, it was originally built as the headquarters for Enron....

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Texas State Capitol

Posted on Jan 1, 2012

Texas State Capitol

Most visitors to the Texas State Capitol in Austin congregate on the south side of the building since it’s closer to downtown and is also the side that receives the most sun during the later part of the day. The north side, however, offers a great view of the building especially early in the morning during the summer. Using an ultra-wide-angle lens, you can capture the whole of the main building and also the underground rotunda of the new extension as seen here in the foreground. Prints of this image are available with heights between 30″ and 60″. Available Sizes 40″...

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