New to Old

I took the first six images today, but re-edited all images at the end. I’ve been waiting for the building on the first image to be less busy. The building was always surrounded by cars and signs. It used to be a used cars dealership/car shop, but it closed down so it worked to my advantage. Also, I love the lines and the odd door.

The second image, the basket by the garage door. It was cloudy outside, gloomy, lonely, kinda like when the kids are away in school and this court has no one to play on it. The garage door was crooked and there was overgrown grass on the crack. I like to find interest in the boring. It was a good day. =)

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New to Old

Everything is bigger in Texas

First of all, I would like to apologize for my iphone photograph, not my best work, but it will do. Ever since my wife and I moved to Dallas, TX I have been noticing the architectural beauty around. I love the symmetry that it has to offer and paired very well with the recreational activities and parks built around them. As Dallas keeps growing, it gives me the opportunity to see the beginning of a new building’s construction from the ground up. It is true what they say about Texas, “everything is bigger in Texas.” They hold up to the expectation. So if you are a photographer who would like to experience a continuous growth of architectural construction and would like to be a part of, Texas is the place to be. That’s if you are bored of going to the same iconic buildings in your hometown. It crossed my mind today so I decided to blog about it.

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Everything is bigger in Texas