After staying overnight at Wal-Mart (my grocery store), I drove for three hours to Houston, TX where I’ve joined up with about a dozen other bus owners for a pre-rally BBQ. My next stop is Kerrville, TX where I’ll get together with over 60 bus owners for a weeks worth of seminars and bus talk.
I made it from Stuart, FL to Houston on a single tank of fuel and the tank wasn’t even full when I left.
FYI: Those dark specks in the photo are not dust spots on my camera sensor… those are splattered bugs on my windshield.
Welcome to Houston!
Just as soon as I’m welcomed… I’ll be leaving. I’m heading to Texas Hill Country at 9 am today. We’re going there in a convoy of about a dozen buses.
A pleasure to see you speak at Photoshop World in Boston in your Alternative Processes class. I too have converted my old D70 to IR and having a ball with it.
I’m a Boston based photographer and it was my first Photoshop World and I was overwhelmed with the amount of information given out. I am still going through the phone book sized handout with all the class notes.
I’m also a Louisiana boy at heart and lived there for ten years. I actually just returned 5 days ago from the Jennings, Breaux Bridge, Lafayette, Lake Charles area. You should have stayed a few days!!!!
The Atchafalaya Basin is one of only four areas in the world with this type of environment. The wildlife is spectacular and the landscapes are very much the type you seen in a Clyde Butcher photograph. If you ever ride through again stop at the Visitors Center right off I-10 before you get into Breaux Bridge. There is a ton of information on the area. I have posted a few images on my blog from the trip.