Dispatch 21: Wandering Texas Hill Country
Words and Photographs DEDE LUSK
Toni Goss and I took a nine-day road trip to the Texas Hill Country in March to participate in a photography workshop sponsored by SXSE Magazine. Jack Spencer from Nashville, Tennessee was the photography instructor leading the workshop, and the last night we attended a packed art opening for him in Austin at the Stephen L Clark Gallery. Of course we took plenty of photographs along the way. . .
Antiques, Roundtop Texas Antique Fair. Yes, we ended our trip with a full day of shopping.
Dance Hall, Fischer. We found this while wandering country roads
Flying L Ranch, Bandera. We stayed one night. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the ranch cabins and hanger lounge
Home Decor, while Shopping in Austin in the SoCo District. we left these on the wall.
Peanuts, Giddings. We saw this on the main street through town.
Ranch Road, somewhere on Hwy. 16 between Bandera and Fredericksburg.
Saloon Mural, Bandera, a portion of the mural painted on the side of the saloon.
Salt Box, Sisterdale. One of the few remaining historic buildings in this town.
Texas Poppy Field, near Llano. A wide field of Texas Prickly Poppies.
Wimberly, at the beginning of our wanderings to photograph the Hill Country.
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