Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Waxahachie, Texas


Downtown Waxahachie is an odd mixture of glitter, galleries, and glam mixed up against rusty dusty unique antiques and boutiques. I snapped a few shots along my way, enjoying the cool air after a late thunderstorm rolled thru town. It was refreshing to be near the familiar old broken brick buildings with a century of tales to be told, if only those walls could talk. The best part of my walk, was the clomping of horseshoes along the hot summer pavement. Now THAT is a true Texas Tale!

9 comments:

beth said...

looks like my kind of town !

{you always have the cutest dresses...i guess that's how you keep cool, huh}

Meri said...

In some ways, it's a little hipper than I would have imagined. But the horse is a nice touch.

mendytexas said...

Had SOOOO much fun last weekend! Loved getting to know you my friend. Hugs! Mendy

Keely Yowler said...

Fabulous photos, Deb! Love how you captured Waxahachie! I miss it already.

Michelle said...

love love reflections...

Anonymous said...

can't wait to get my new camera. thanks for inspiring me.

rebecca said...

i can feel the heat...
hear the clomping..
touch your heart.

xoxoxoxoxo,
rebecca

FILIGREE MOON said...

Deb...a magical and enchanting post. You've really captured some wonderful shots. Fabulous! ~ Angela

Staci Danford said...

I love that town.. I went several years ago and have never forgotten what fabulous stuff they have there. Now I'm really gonna have to go back.
Staci