Chinati Hot Springs
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Jim has strapped one of the spare truck batteries to the carrier on Scotty's bike to act as a total loss ignition system, so leaving Columbus we ride to San Antonio on the I-10, then along the Mexican border following Highway 90 via Del Rio. We're glad to be off the Interstate, and the 90, although not the most scenic of routes, is still preferable to tanking along in among the cars and trucks.
Greetings from Marfa, a very small town in west Texas, population just over 2000, but famous as a local centre for the arts. We arrived this evening after driving from Big Bend National Park.
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"Prada Marfa - The middle of the West Texas desert isn’t the first place you’d expect to find a fully stocked Prada store, but stop a few miles outside of the tiny town of Valentine, Texas and you’ll find just that. The brainchild of Berlin-based artistic team Elmgreen and Dragset, Prada Marfa was meant to be a “pop architectural land art project.” Built of a biodegradable adobe-like substance, the building is meant to slowly melt back into the ...
... Along this road we stopped at an old film set on the Rio Grande where they had filmed 8 westerns, we stopped when we saw a vulture sunning itself to the rising sun and stopped many times along the river for photo ops across the river into Mexico. We missed the spot where apparently you can park up and get a boat across into Mexico to a tiny town - ah well, next time!
Brilliant morning ride!
... a bit more..and he had recently stayed with a friend in Cookeville! And his friend recently moved to Cookeville and is a potter! Small world. We talked a bit more and I bid him adieu and went off to do some film photos.
I set up and shot the grain elevator. I thought it was a good pic against a rabidly blue sky...which is common here. Film work, especially medium format work like I play with, is not point and shoot. There's set ...