fun, life, photography, texas, USA

San Antonio Murals – Adding Beauty to the Big City

One of the things I love about San Antonio is all the awesome murals everywhere, no matter what part of the city you're in. The San Antonio Street Art Initiative was started to showcase this beautiful art, and bring even more color to the city. The murals below are at the I-35 underpass where St.… Continue reading San Antonio Murals – Adding Beauty to the Big City

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fun, life, photography, texas, USA

Family Portraits: Debbie, Tung, & Annie

I love photography and was lucky enough to take photos of my dear friends Debbie and Tung, and their beautiful and sweet daughter Annie, a couple of months ago. Taking family portraits is so much more fun when the family is loving! These photos were taken at Mueller Park's Southwest Greenway in Austin, TX. Interested… Continue reading Family Portraits: Debbie, Tung, & Annie

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A Change in Plans: Our Move to San Antonio

We've been back in the states almost three months now, and have spent time in San Antonio, Austin, and Oklahoma City. I was in Del Rio a few days, as well. All the bouncing around, staying either with family or at a hotel, has been fun but kind of exhausting. We are carrying more things… Continue reading A Change in Plans: Our Move to San Antonio

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Where Nature, Science, and Culture Meet – The Witte Museum in San Antonio, TX

When I was about 4 or 5 years old, I was traumatized by a whale. Not a real whale, but an enormous illustration of a whale that engulfed my little body, complete with whale sounds that seemingly came out of nowhere. Overwhelming for me, hilarious to my parents. The awesome exhibit was at The Witte… Continue reading Where Nature, Science, and Culture Meet – The Witte Museum in San Antonio, TX

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Colorful Oaxaca, Mexico – a Photo Story

Walking around the busy but beautiful Centro Hist√≥rico in Oaxaca is so easy, safe, and fun to do. We walked about a mile from our first Airbnb to the city center every day, and really enjoyed seeing the mountains in the distance, small restaurants and shops lining the streets, and tourists and locals everywhere.¬† We… Continue reading Colorful Oaxaca, Mexico – a Photo Story