Ok, first a little bit of History…. The George Ranch Historical Park’s history follows family lines beginning in 1824 when Texas was still part of Mexico. The first Texas pioneers settled near the Brazos River. In the years since, the Ranch has passed through four generations and grown into one of Fort Bend County’s landmarks. In my opinion, I would have to admit is was a pretty big place. You need a good pair of walking shoes and water to […]
Wortham Park, nestled in the center of the Medical Center, boasts wonderful water features and luscious landscaping. Perfect for a small, intimate ceremony or wonderful pictures!. The trees, the columns, the waterfalls are all in rows and there are plenty of them. The only thing to keep in mind in going here is the parking which is limited but other than that it’s a location to see.
I call this little park “secret” because it’s one of the most beautiful locations I have seen for pictures and it’s hidden and surrounded by buildings. I have taken many pictures there and I really recommended it because of the shades that the buildings give especially in this heat. The water makes the backgrounds on your pictures alot more attractive and the tones are nice and cool. I give it :) :) :) :) :) + ;) ! Enclave-Eldridge Houston […]
Hermann Park is one of the most visited parks in Houston, I really enjoy taking pictures here because everywhere you turn there is a beautiful sight or view that allows you to take the most amazing pictures. This is a place for a nice picnic, to take the kiddos out to play or to just bring a blanket and read a good book. I give it… :) :) :) :) :) smiley faces!!