Several years ago I stopped at Fuel City in Dallas which is on the banks of the Trinity River running along the edge of the city. While getting gas I noticed a small herd of longhorn cattle behind the building and (always having my camera with me) I started shooting. This one steer stood out amount the rest with his beautiful coloring and fine set of horns. The problem was that from where I standing, he was not moving. I did everything but throw a coke bottle at him but he stood still and here is the shot I got. Recently, the owner of Fuel City, John David Benda and I talked and he now has the file and most likely will place in the station below the mounted head of this steer (who died of old age). Where the steer stood then is now a car wash.
We went to a clothing sale today which was held in the parking lot of the old Gypsy Wagon and once I saw the colors, could not help but to get the camera out and start shooting.
At a lady’s clothing store sales event today, someone was selling “gently used boots” or commonly referred to as Vintage Boots.
On a bright sunny day in Dallas, there was an outdoor sale at a woman’s clothing store and a DJ keeping the atmosphere lively on the parking lot.
Just happened to be in downtown Dallas last Saturday and was taking photos of the ads that were on the side of the building and turned around to catch the reflection of the clouds on this building.