Having lived in Austin, Texas for the past 7 years, it has become our most in depth collection. With over 200 images from the Live Music Capital of the World, we are bound to have what you are looking for. The Continental Club, the Broken Spoke, Threadgills, if you want live music, Austin's got it, any night of the week. Austin is also home to some of the best Tex-Mex this side of the border. So whether it's Chuy's, Maudie's, Matt's El Rancho, Maria's, El Arroyo, El Patio, or Guero's, you won't be dissapointed with the fare. From the high energy of 6th Steet to the laid back hipness of South Congress Ave., Austin definitely lives up to its self appointed slogan of - "Keep Austin Weird!"
And if Austin isn't the locale in Texas that you are looking for, then don't worry, we've also have image collections from Dallas, Fort Worth, and San Antonio. And from the Hill Country we have Fredericksburg, well known for their antique shopping and German influence. And don't blink, or you might miss Luckenbach, where Everybody's Somebody. Or you could head over to Gruene's world famous honky tonk, Gruene Hall. And don't forgot about New Braunfels, Llano, and Marble Falls.
And we even ventured out into the Trans-Pecos of West Texas and disovered a little gem called Marfa, where strange lights appear nightly on the horizon. We saw them ourselves, and while we don't know what they are, we do know that they fit in perfectly with the weird funkiness of this little desert town that isn't at all what you'd expect to find in the middle of nowhere. Definitely put this place on your list if you haven't been and stay a night or two at the Thunderbird Hotel while you're there. Or head over to Marathon and stay a few nights at the supposedly haunted Gage Hotel. And then cruise up to Fort Davis to experience the cosmic wonders of the McDonald Observatory. And if you really want to get "off the grid", head down to Terlingua, the last stop before Mexico. Nestled in Big Bend National Park, you can't go here without taking a canoe trip down the Rio Grande.
Texas is a pretty big place. So I doubt we are done photographing this beautiful state. If you have any suggestions, we'd love to hear from you!