Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Letters C or D

The letters C or D…this is what Cee wants pictures of this week.

C = Cowboy

Awhile back we were visiting family in Snyder Texas. I found this cool piece of metal art at the local college. It actually represents their mascot – The Westerners. However, I’ve chosen to call him a cowboy…for this challenge!Screen Shot 2017-03-15 at 2.19.56 PM

If you enjoy black and white photography I would encourage you to visit Cee’s page.

Thursday Doors – March 9, 2017


Since finding this challenge I have learned something valuable about myself. I love two types of doors.

One: the entrances to large beautiful churches


St. Mary’s of the Assumption – Fort Worth Texas

Two: Old abandon buildings


Abandon building South Fort Worth

It seems I might have missed the middle ground!

This challenge is sponsored by Norm 2.0. Come join the fun…you will start seeing doors in a whole new light.




Cee’s B & W Challenge: Letters A & B

The letters A & B…this is what Cee wants pictures of this week.

The Bass Performance Hall is the home of the Fort Worth Symphony, Texas Ballet Theater, Fort Worth Opera and the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. dsc_0475

The angels on the side of the building are 48 feet tall. They are a unique feature of downtown Fort Worth. dsc_0483

To learn what others shared for the letters A & B visit Cee’s page.

Micro Park – Fort Worth Texas

This micro-park is at the corner of Magnolia Ave and Henderson Street in the Near Southside of Fort Worth.

dsc_0500Over the past decade this neighborhood has converted into a popular place to live, play and eat. dsc_0535

As I researched the beginnings of this park I learned it is mobile. Its original location (where it currently sits) is an empty lot that happened to be dormant. When the owner of the lot is ready to build, the Micro-Park will be packed up and moved to another location that is in need of sprucing up. dsc_0504

The features are simplistic, colorful and functional.dsc_0510

Gravel dropped through the PVC pipes, milk crates to climb and stack and stove parts to clang.


I think this is a wonderful little park that requires imagination and promotes activity. I look forward to seeing where its next location will be.


A Good Match…

I’ve given quite a bit of thought to this photo challenge. “A Good Match” I’ve searched my photo library, considered several ideas but finally I settled on what I consider to be the best match…my partnership with Tina.

She is the piece I was missing. She is the joy in my everyday. She is the hope and dreams of my future. And on August 20th 2015 she became my wife.

So for me…the good match, is the greatest match, I could’ve asked for.


Tina and me

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: A Good Match.