Sunday, October 26, 2014

Some photos from Friday, October 24,2014.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

I haven't been shooting many pictures lately due to a knee problem. That is being addressed now and I will be more productive soon.
Here are two recent shots that I like, A bunch of red in the clouds after a sunset, and some Lantana blooms on our fence,

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Photos taken on a recent back road ramble chasing estate sales.
Recent tool buys- Rush Piston Ring Extractor and a patented jar opener. The jar opener is designated on DATAMP as "Not known to have been produced"!



Sunday, May 04, 2014

More random photos taken recently. Some with a Canon 60D, and some with a Canon 5D.



Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Texas City Dike on a foggy Friday morning
March 28 · · Taken at Texas City Dike
Went to see the Texas City Dike Friday, expecting fog, and I was right! I was happy to see the anchor and propeller from the Texas City explosion of 1947 had been moved and displayed there.
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Spirit of Texas City
Noble Park, on 1100 9th Ave North, was also undergoing changes. This park was originally the designated park for the Snug Harbor housing subdivision that was created in 1943 by the Mainland Company (City of Texas City, 1995). Named for Earl L. Noble, the Texas City mayor from 1926 to 1932, the park acquired a Shay steam locomotive and caboose, on loan from the Galveston Railroad Museum. The museum agreed to loan these in exchange for having another of their steam engines repaired by a Texas City company, Dunn Heat Exchangers. The Texas Kiwanis Club constructed a replica of a train depot on the site, and a fountain was built in Mexico and donated by the League of United Latin American Citizens, or LULAC. All these were dedicated on September 16, 1995 (Simsen, 1995).