Thursday, February 14, 2013

Stories to tell

Automobiles make our lives much simpler...

But, with the convenience of relatively quick transportation from Point A to Point B or Point C, comes the loss of things noticed on an unhurried stroll...

Camera in hand, I strolled down Avenues Concho and Chadbourne in downtown San Angelo, venturing briefly into Paintbrush Alley.  Following are scenes from my lazy ramble around a town on the edges of the Texas desert.  No comments (or captions) accompany these images.  The reader is invited to imagine the stories they tell...



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Louis Nugent: The Girl from Guadalupe

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Karen Slagle: Cloud to Ground Strike

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Susan Bordelon: Bayou des Glaises at Big Bend Louisiana


Note: All photographs for this essay were located through Google Images or Wikipedia, without authoritative source or ownership information except as noted: all photographs by Louis R Nugent

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