Help – I would LOVE to get to know you! (Yes, I’m a goofball!)

As a new blogger, I honestly don’t have a clue/direction of what I’m doing half the time. I don’t have a real “gameplan”, I just thought this blog would be a good way to make myself more accountable to take more photos and learn photography and yap about whatever.  In the process, I am meeting all sorts of really fun and talented people here from all walks of life! I love that! I’d love to get to know you all better too!!! I’ve created a tiny little poll if ya’ll would be so kind as to help me get to know you all a little better! Feel free to ask me questions too! Thanks so much for playing!!! I know, I’m a giant goofball!!!

Thanks!!!

Elizabeth and Max

Like it? Hate it? Virtuoso – Funky, weird and I love it!

Whether you like Houston’s Virtuoso or hate it…you can’t miss it!

I’ve admired this sculpture of David Adickes each time I’ve hurried past it whenever I go downtown.  Until recently didn’t even know it was an Adickes piece…I SHOULD have known just based on his Beatles and giant President’s Heads! In the 80’s the developer for Houston’s Lyric Center Building commission Adickes to create some sort of music, dance, etc. artwork.  Mr. Adickes came up with this Cellist that is 36 feet tall and Houston got to see it in 1988.  The back of the piece shows musician’s playing the flute, violin and bass.  You can visit it at 440 Louisiana St. in Houston.  There’s a classical soundtrack that is supposed to play softly but either it’s broken or I’m too deaf to hear it…either is possible 🙂 I personally, love the floating head and hands and think that makes it have that dreamy quality.

Like it?

Hate it?

What are your thoughts?

What’s your favorite piece of art and where does it live?

Thanks for stopping by!

Elizabeth and Max

Random Houston Pix – Ya Never Know!

Here are just some random shots from sites around Houston and nearby – enjoy! Feel free to ask any question about any of the shots 🙂

Question:  What city/place in at the top of your bucket list to visit and why?

Downtown Houston
Downtown Houston

Lots of these sites around

Lots of these sites around

Houston Sunset
Houston Sunset

Houston Graffiti

Houston Graffiti

Houston Metro Line

Downtown Houston Metro Line

Oil Pump

Oil Pump

Pretty Red Barn
Pretty Red Barn

Houston Protesters

Houston Protesters

Going Up!

Going Up!

Showing our Texas Pride
Showing our Texas Pride

Cute Fire Station and statue in front of it

Heritage Presbyterian Church in Houston, Tx (Historical) at 7934 HIGHWAY 6 NORTH 77095 Houston
Heritage Presbyterian Church in Houston, Tx (Historical)                                                               7934 HIGHWAY 6 NORTH 77095 Houston