Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

Recently I had my first trip to the Majestic Theater in San Antonio. This theater was built in 1928. It has numerous carvings and hand crafted designs throughout the theater. It is a real treasure and a great place for live shows.

Macro photos always capture detail that so many of us just pass on a daily basis. The color of the world around us is so bright and cheerful, yet many miss it. Enjoy the beauty if these flowers!

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We are a city taken over for Super Bowl 2017. People are coming from all over to enjoy our lovely, red elephant, conservative state home of Republican governor Greg Abbott and many President Trump supporters. We are free of the liberal riots plaguing other American cities. We are state income tax-free, you can carry a gun, and we have plenty of work and opportunities. We have numerous fine dining establishments, excellent housing, southern hospitality, and people from all over the world who embrace America. Sometimes we disagree, but we respect each other. We see ourselves as Texans no matter where we come from and we love our country, which is Texas. Laughs! Texas America! The Great Lone Star state. Enjoy your stay and Go New England Patriots! Five for Brady.

Some of my favorite culinary creations for 2016. Mexican, American, Vegan, Indian, Mediterranean, African, Hamburgers, Russian, Italian, Greek, Dessert, I love it all!

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Firmament by Christopher Schardt

2016 Albert Moyer,Jr. Photography Discovery Green Houston

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Peppers- A Haiku

Fiery heat waits

Salivating mouth and tongue

Sweat beads on your head.

2016 Albert Moyer, Jr. Poetry

2016 Albert Moyer, Jr. Photography Serrano Peppers macro

Black and White Spiny Orb Weaver Spider

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2016 Albert Moyer, Jr. Photography

To capture this macro photo I had to reach under the web and use my camera case

as a background, because the spider would not focus due to all the other plants, sky, etc.

I find these spiders fascinating because they look as if they are smiling.

Here we have a small collection of photos I shot in black in white monochrome of the legendary Luckenbach, Texas made famous by Waylon Jennings song which you can listen to here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvZeYDBY4fw Enjoy the music, the photos, and do stop at the general store, or watch a concert in Luckenbach. You will not be disappointed.

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