Moore’s Crossing Bridge.

Tucked away in the back of Richard Moya Park, is the bridge at Moore’s Crossing. I found out about this location from another local Austin photographer, and decided to go give it a look. I wasn’t disappointed at all.

There are two things that are nice about this location. One is the lack of people. I must of spent a good twenty minutes on this bridge, and never once was there another person occupying it. The second perk being that it’s not in downtown Austin, but yet it’s still in the Austin area near ABIA.

Overall, I really like this location. It’s nice every once awhile to get away from the busy overpopulated touristy areas, and just enjoy the often-overlooked locations the city has to offer.

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Looking back at the Pfluger Pedestrian bridge at sunrise.

At the halfway point of the staircase to the Pfluger Pedestrian bridge, there is a nice little overlook that looks back on the bridge itself. This image was taken at sunrise, with no wind affecting the reflections.

I’m always amazed at how some images come out compared to others. This is a prime example of a view that I was not expecting¬† the “wow” factor to come from. It just goes to show how much unexpected beauty is out there to be discovered and photographed.


Austin from Doug Sahm hill at Blue hour.

The norm around Austin has been endless construction cranes (surprise)and new high rises for the last four years or so. ¬†As a landscape/cityscape photographer, I’ve been forced to be more creative with my compositions of Austin probably more than ever.

My list of go-to places downtown, where now obstructed with cranes or hi-rise skeleton construction. I ended up settling on this view of the Austin skyline from Doug Sahm hill, after about half a mile of no luck.

This ended up being a personal favorite of mine. I really like the leading lines of Riverside drive along with the concrete walking path that goes through Butler District park, along with Austin’s skyscrapers and high rises correlating just in time for nightfall.

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Those Austin Texas Nights.

As the city lights of Austin came on, some orange afterglow remained in the night sky.

This photo was taken from one of the many piers along the boardwalk trail, which just so happened to coincide with St Patrick’s day. If you look closely at the 100 Congress building, it’s lite in green, instead of its normal yellow lighting scheme.


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The Gazebo at Lady Bird lake at Sunrise.

I have passed this Gazebo numerous times on my way to Stevie Ray Vaughan’s statue, but it never crossed my mind to actually stop to photograph. This may be due in large part to the fact that this pond (and it’s water level) were most recently added to this area, after years of much needed renovations.

As I made my way back from Stevie Ray Vaughan’s statue, I stopped to look at the newly added addition that I ignored for so many years. The wind was calm, and the sky finally opened up to reveal shades of pinks and purples.


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