Brian LeBarron
An Evening In Houston.
MARCH 9, 2024
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I’m fortunate to have a professional career that allows me to travel. On occasion I find myself solo in new locations with an evening of downtime to explore. Such was my situation recently in Houston, Texas. I travel light. Very light. I got no time for dealing with baggage checks & pick up. The trick is in planning and taking just the right photography gear. Doubling this challenge is I knew I needed to take interior room photos for my job. My backpack becomes my personal carry-on toolbox. Layered in a padded compartment between my laptop and presentation materials, I carefully stowed away my Nikon D850, a Nikkor 18-35mm 1:3.5-4.5 lens, and an adjustable ND filter. One lens to do a multitude of tasks. Post zoom cropping would be necessary. Near my hotel was Memorial Park, one of the largest urban parks in the United States. Perfect for capturing the natural habitat of the region. With a slow pace and intentionally observing the moments, I soaked in the hot, humid air over a few hour hike around the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center within the park. Here I captured for your enjoyment what I found unique and interesting of being in a new place with only a short time.

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