“This week, use your camera to discover the endless variety that one thing can contain.”
I took these photos several months ago in a friend’s art studio. At the time I had no idea if I would ever use them for anything. But I loved the colors and the various sizes of chalk lined in the wooden box.
Now The Daily Post is asking for “…endless variety of one thing.” My mind immediately went to these photos.
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A tag line used in Austin Texas is, ‘Keep Austin Weird.” So when I read this week’s challenge from The Daily Post (Unusual) I immediately thought of some photos I took recently when I visited the south side of Austin.
Apparently someone with a unique eye has stapled stuffed animals, puzzle pieces and photos of people on telephone poles up and down a main street. And even more unusual…no one seems to mind. Its just more proof that Austin is proud of its weirdness.
The letters C or D…this is what Cee wants pictures of this week.
C = Cowboy
Awhile back we were visiting family in Snyder Texas. I found this cool piece of metal art at the local college. It actually represents their mascot – The Westerners. However, I’ve chosen to call him a cowboy…for this challenge!
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Yesterday I posted photos of the court house in Waxahachie Texas. Tonight I am posting photos of the architectural details of the building. I found these faces quite remarkable.
The terra cotta faces were created at Theodore Beilharz’s stone yard in Dallas Texas. The master stone carver was Harry Herley. The Ellis county Court House located in Waxahachie Texas was built in 1895.
Last night I posted several photos of Jorge Marin’s art work. Earlier today Helen C mentioned she liked one of the photos. It happened to be my favorite statue, so I decided to post a few more of the same statue.
To me there is something comforting about this piece. He seems to be protecting or rescuing the woman in his arms.