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Saturday, May 24, 2008

Views of Bandera Road...

I am strictly a point and shoot sort of camera guy and if I ever do happen to come up with a really well framed photo, I assure you it is by accident and because for every one picture I post on this blog, I have twenty more of the same subject, hoping that one of them worked out.

If you scroll to the bottom of this page you will note several links that I think are of use to people who live in, or are interested in San Antonio, and one such page is called Views of Texas.

KeithAlanK, the artist at Views of Texas does not require such luck. I am constantly amazed at his brilliant lighting and the obvious thought he puts into his work. He did a very impressive series of shots on the new high-rise interchange at 410 and I-10 you should check out.
In the mean time, I offer my tribute to him, taken through my son's dirty windshield as we exited Loop 410 onto Bandera Road today. Views of Bandera Road.


KeithAlanK said...

Wow, thanks for the great plug, Dave.
We were wondering yesterday just how long it'll be before we run into y'all somewhere. I keep an eye out for camera flashes in restaurants that serve good onion rings, since that's something we also search out.
If you're ever in Kerrville try the food at the Guadalupe River Club. Decent fries and huge planks of fried fish filets--meant to try the O-rings but opted for free Jaegermeister instead...

Dave said...

We'll add Guadalupe River Club to the list of places to try. I dig me some planks of fish!

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