Jefferson, TX ~ Art Installations (2018) by Sherry Owens & Art Shirer, Dallas, TX “The Forest Echoes with Laughter” – A suspended construction incorporating miles of wire and thousands of glass bits. “Oodles of Doodles” – Clay formations hanging from trees. Artwork by Jefferson Elementary School students. “Above and Beyond” – An elevated sightline in two directions using 900 pounds of river rocks.
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Superior, WI ~ Hansen-Mueller, grain merchandisers, located at 21st Ave E, Superior, WI 54880.
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Québec, Canada ~ These photos were taken while visiting Parc Boisé du Quai, at the end of Rue-Sainte Anne in the city of Baie-Saint-Paul. We wandered down the only street we could find that would take us to the water. Discovering the park and walking trails was a pleasant surprise. Baie-Saint-Paul has many wonderful restaurants and historic attractions. We just need to brush up on our French, because this is an exclusively French speaking area.
Corpus Christi, TX ~ We are shivering through the third “winter vortex” blast, and I’m pining for my old hood. These pictures show the route my dog and I would take along the shoreline for morning walks. According to my dog, there is no better place to poop than on the shoreline (mommy always picks it up, of course). The one hazy looking picture is of a spanish style house off of a main shoreline street. This is architecturally an […]
Corpus Christi, TX ~ The Corpus Christi Bay houses a number of attractions. These pictures were taken while visiting the USS Lexington and the Texas State Aquarium. You can swim in the bay, but you’ll see far more fishers than swimmers. It goes without saying that Texas is hot in the summers, but Corpus is unbelievably hot AND humid. The original photos had such a haze that the color was grayish. The colors have been adjusted a bit, perhaps too […]
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