Another one of our adventures this past Saturday was out to Gose City, TX. It’s pretty close to Holliday, TX, and it was an oil town back in the early 1920’s.
My parents took me out to a few places this past Saturday. They’d seen this old wooden watertower that they believe was from the 1920’s or 1930’s.
I was driving home on 4/11/10 after a concert and was able to catch this cool sunset. I especially like the “Eye in the Sky.”
My parents live out in the country near Holliday, TX (which is close to Wichita Falls, TX). Today my Dad took me out in the pasture where there was some old power equipment and oil field equipment.
I had my camera with me when I was in Big Spring, TX, and on my lunch break, I decided to go through a drive-thru and get some food, then go exploring the downtown area. Even though the light is the worst for photography at noon, I decided to see what I could find anyway.
The snow quit last night and Christmas Day was perfect enough to go take pictures.
I went out today, back home in Wichita Falls, TX, to take some pictures for PhotoSaturdays. It was around 4:30pm, and I got some good lighting thanks to the setting sun. I still can’t believe it’s setting so soon.
This evening I headed out to Shafter Lake. I took some photos while walking on the lake. It was strange walking on the dried up lake because it felt like walking in gooey snow. The farther I went out, the deeper I began to sink.
Sylvester is another town I pass through every time I go to Wichita Falls. I’ve seen the walls of this building passing by, so I finally decided to stop and see what it was.
On my way back to my parent’s house in Wichita Falls, TX from Midland, TX, I’ve passed this abandoned house many times. I’ve always wanted to stop and get some pictures. But this time, I noticed a large, brick building in the trees. How I’ve never seen it before, I’ll never know. When I headed Read More