Monday, March 22, 2010

Star of Texas

Star of Texas, originally uploaded by Evan Gearing (Evan's Expo).
Well, I think this will be the last of my Texas State History Museum shots. There's really not more to say that I haven't already stated in my two previous posts, except that I kind of liked this perspective as it really makes the star look quite big. Those wide angle lenses really make things look bigger than life when up close!

This shot was also processed the same as the two previous as well.

One thing I 'd like to ask you're opinion on, especially for the guys in the Austin area is, any good suggestions on what to shoot in the pre-dawn hours that's easy and quick? I'm running out of ideas. Thanks,


  1. Great shot (though I'm sure I've seen one somewhat like it not too long ago :-) ). As regards "pre-dawn", that's a time period that doesn't exist for me since I tend to be unconscious around then.

  2. Thanks for the compliment. Now that you mention it, this does look vaguely like a daytime shot I saw once, hehe. Yeah, it's early, but it seems to work for me, at least lately. Thanks.


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