Photographing Jefferson, Texas

Here is another blog post of photos taken when we visited Jina’s parents in Jefferson, Texas over Thanksgiving. The previous one was all HDR photos, but these are your normal, everyday shots.

Hope you enjoy this little taste of the Jefferson area.


And old car sits under a tree. Did an HDR of this same care in my previous post.


A burned down building, likely from arson which had been rampant there for awhile.


The sky at dusk.


An old house we saw from a horse and buggy ride.


An old magnolia tree I believe?


Just liked this old truck with the old brick road.


Such a great sign. I was told this was an ad from an old campaign called 10-2-4.


An alleyway.


A stop-sign in the road.

Photographing Jefferson, Texas in HDR

Over Thanksgiving we visited Jefferson, Texas to stay with Jina’s parents at The Hale House Inn, the bed and breakfast that they run in this small town. For such a small town, it’s amazing that there are THIRTY bed and breakfasts!

In spite of all the family time, decorating the house, eating tons of food, I was able to get away on a few occasions to snap some photos. All of these are HDR (high dynamic range) and I’ll be posting a follow-up that only includes regular photos.

Hope you enjoy them!

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