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Great ACL1978 2013-03-23 8:26

I was not that big a fan of Houston as a city, but then I slept through the sunrises, so I guess I can't say for sure! This is certainly a beautiful array of colors and textures, and I like the simple area under it, too, which doesn't take away from the burst of color above. Nicely taken!

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Old 03-23-2013, 04:47 PM
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Hello Andrew,
I live in Houston since 1982, but I agree with you 100%. Only, one think we do not have a winter!, which I like it. Houston as a big city, doesn't have much to offer for tourists.
Kind regards and have a great WE, also thanks for a comment,
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And hopefully I didn't offend! I only spent a couple days in Houston, and it was an autumn weekend downtown, when there wasn't much happening. It's a very different city than ones I'm used to, where the downtown is empty and the rest of the city is so spread out! Still, some interesting spots, and I did have a chance to go up to the top of an oil company office building at night, which was quite a spot. Definitely some beautiful modern skyscrapers there.

Outside the city is quite lovely - I attended a wedding nearby at the George Ranch in Richmond. Ever been? Really nice historical ranch with beautiful grounds and some nice buildings and exhibits.

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