Friday, September 29, 2006

More from Firewater...Has been a highly unproductive week photographically speaking...

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

October DPS Meeting:

We will be getting together on Sunday October 22nd at 2:00. Bring three
prints to share - Chris Regas will be joining us to discuss the classes he
offers and to participate in the photo sharing - Chris is a long time
professional B&W photographer who is represented by Afterimage and has work
in a number of museums across the US.

We will meet at DPS north - in McKinney

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Thursday night at Firewater in Dallas...a gathering of the Dallas contingent of TPF...

Saturday, September 16, 2006

McKinney, Texas – September 14, 2006
Alternative Furnishings Receives New Shipment....

Alternative Furnishings is proud to announce the arrival of its new shipment of unique, artistic home and office d├ęcor, such as architectural antiques and antique furniture. These items are hand-carved and hand-painted by the artisans of old.

Alternative Furnishings is located on the square in downtown McKinney at 100 E. Louisiana Street where you will find unusual antique architectural accents for your home.

As a result of this new shipment, Alternative Furnishings will sell wholesale to the trade as well as retail to the public.

BACKGROUND: Alternative Furnishings’ hours are Monday thru Saturday, 10am to 5pm and by appointment. To schedule an appointment please call 972.562.0716.

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Some of the renovation work going on at the old Cotton Gin in McKinney..

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

A truly strange thing happened here in McKinney over the RAINED! I say strange because we have not gotten a lot of that in north Texas for awhile, and drought conditions are rampant throughout the this latest soaking rain was a welcome also brought relief from the oppresive high temperatures for a few days, something else that was welcomed...

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

An experiment in terror so to speak, just to prove that before there were digital cameras there were actually people who handmade prints...often times working many hours a day...