What’s Not to Like About Texas?

Texas Is So 21st Century

Eat the Natural Meat by Jann Alexander © 2014

Eat the Natural Meat by Jann Alexander © 2014


Texas Has Alternatives to Wally’s World

Venison World, Not Wally's World by Jann Alexander © 2014

Venison World, Not Wally’s World by Jann Alexander © 2014


Texas Beer Isn’t Just Cold, It Rocks

Dancing Beer by Jann Alexander © 2014

Dancing Beer by Jann Alexander © 2014


Texans Have a Unique Way of Talkin’ Texan

Welcome to Kitty Quay by Jann Alexander © 2014

Welcome to Kitty Quay by Jann Alexander © 2014


Texas Bugs Are Almost As Tall As Dinosaurs

Big Dinos, Little Bugs by Jann Alexander © 2014

Big Dinos, Little Bugs by Jann Alexander © 2014


Texans Know Where to Put Their Money

Don't Bank On It by Jann Alexander © 2014

Don’t Bank On It by Jann Alexander © 2014


Texans Have Loved and Lost Lance, More Than Once

The Other Lance by Jann Alexander ©2014

The Other Lance by Jann Alexander ©2014


Texans Don’t Go Postal With Guns or Ski Masks

You Can Leave Your Hat On by Jann Alexander ©2014

You Can Leave Your Hat On by Jann Alexander ©2014


Texas Has More Wildflowers Than Fences (Maybe)

Don't Fence Me In by Jann Alexander ©2014

Don’t Fence Me In by Jann Alexander ©2014

What’s your take on Texas swagger, be it good eats, signs, cold beer, pronunciation, finance, flowers, famous cyclists?

When I’m traveling around Texas, I’m frequently shooting quirky, backwards-seeming things, from the today and yesterday, but not tomorrow (yet). You’ll find more in my Time Travels, HERE. And if Texas doesn’t offer enough oddities for you, check out THIS. 


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8 replies

  1. Texas is the only place that you can stand ankle-deep in water and breathe dust—or at least that is what a Texan co-worker of mine was fond of saying.

    I enjoying these photos. I bet that movie house was a beauty when it was lit up in it’s prime.

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