Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Through My Lens: A Little Bit of Austin

ANGI MORGAN
The release of BULLETPROOF BADGE is fast approaching. Here are some pictures from some of my trips through Austin, Texas where the story takes place.



Austin is such a unique city. It has to be if one of the slogans you see is KEEP AUSTIN WEIRD. I always find the gourmet food trucks--it's worth the short detour. I love walking through the antique shops, exploring, and seeing the state capitol. Does it look familiar? It should, since it was modeled after the one in Washington, D.C.









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I'm showing pictures from the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame & Museum on my blog. Got a question about Texas? I'd love suggestions of places you'd like to see here.

16 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing your pictures of Austin. I love how you catch the details with your phots.

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  2. Loving all of the photographs thank you.

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  3. I love the juxtaposition of old and new in Austin. Haven't been there in years and I know it has changed but will always love it.

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    1. Still has the old and new ! The Hill country side is so cool with rooftops popping up through the tree tops.

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  4. I love the fencing that looks like cattails! Always enjoy your pics!

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  5. I just love the pics and it looks like a cool town with alot of neat restaurants and i bet the music was great inside them. The fence with the cattails is so neat i would love to have that up on my land somewhere i can find a place i think!

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    1. It's very unique. Of course, I love cattails, too !!

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  6. Congrats on your new release! I know you've been kicking butt to get these books out. I've always loved Austin. It's just a fun, crazy, weird place, and the surrounding Hill Country is some of the prettiest countryside in Texas. You got some great pictures. Hugs!

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  7. Thank you for sharing the photos. It makes me want to go to Austin.

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  8. I've been to Texas but never been to Austin. I do like your pictures.

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  9. Very cool I love the pics especially the old travel trailer I can't think of the name of it right now but it is very neat

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