Colorful Dawn at Fulton Harbor

Colorful Dawn at Fulton Harbor  – A colorful magic hour right at dawn before sunrise at the Fulton Harbor marina along the Texas coast. The boats are all lined up and ready to go for a day of fishing, boating or bird watching. Fulton is a coastal community located about three miles north of Rockport Tx. This coastal scenery is just one of the many images we capture along the Texas coast. There are some great little restaurants that offer fresh seafood and many shopping places to pick up the perfect gift for someone special. We come for all the above along with the seascapes like this mornings capture. This Texas coastal waterscape is just one of many we have capture over our many trips to the area. This gulf of mexico runs along the texas coast all the way down to Mexico and a great place to come for a vacation. Hurricane Harvey almost destroy this place several years ago and they are finally back again it our first visit since that happened and thing look pretty good again.

 

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Colorful Dawn at Fulton Harbor  – A colorful magic hour right at dawn before sunrise at the Fulton Harbor marina along the Texas coast. The boats are all lined up and ready to go for a day of fishing, boating or bird watching. Fulton is a coastal community located about three miles north of Rockport Tx. This coastal scenery is just one of the many images we capture along the Texas coast. There are some great little restaurants that offer fresh seafood and many shopping places to pick up the perfect gift for someone special. We come for all the above along with the seascapes like this mornings capture. This Texas coastal waterscape is just one of many we have capture over our many trips to the area. This gulf of mexico runs along the texas coast all the way down to Mexico and a great place to come for a vacation. Hurricane Harvey almost destroy this place several years ago and they are finally back again it our first visit since that happened and thing look pretty good again.

Sun Burst at Mission San Jose in San Antonio

Mission San Jose in San Antonio as the sun creates this sun burst twinkle from the steeple at the the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. Mission San José y San Miguel de Aguayo is a historic Catholic mission which is located in San Antonio, Texas, United States. Mission San Jose in San Antonio is also a member of the World Heritage site since 2015. The mission was founded in 1720 after other missions were filling up and there was a need for more room. San Jose mission was set up for the native American and gave the Coahuiltecan tribe who lived in the compound a sense of security and safety. The outer wall was built around the main part of the mission and the rooms were built into the walls. Mission San Jose in San Antonio is an active church and services are still performed today including weddings and funeral. The park’s Visitor’s Center is also located in Mission San José. This one of the five mission that are part of the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park and is heavily visited by tourist and locals in San Antonio Texas.

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Mission San Jose –  Mission San Jose in San Antonio as the sun creates this twinkle from the steeple at ‘the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park’ in the early morning. Even today this is an active church and services are still performed. The park’s Visitor’s Center is also in Mission San José in San Antonio. The mission was established in 1720 because the other nearby mission was over crowded. The native american Coahuiltecan tribe who live in the compound found a sense of security and safety at this site in the 1700’s and both mission server the Coahuiltecan tribes. The outer wall were built around the mission with room for the tribes and a new church made of limestone was build later on around 1768.