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Black Maps

The Black Maps album by David Maisel offers a life retrospective of this master environmental photographer covering a whole range of his projects, from Black Maps (1985), The Forest (1986), The Mining Project (1989),  famous The Lake Project (2001-2002), Oblivion (2004), Terminal Mirage (2003-2005) and American Mine (2007).  190 more words


Texas Renaissance Festival

This weekend my mom and I ventured down to land that bleeds maroon and white: College Station, Texas. However, as I prepared my Baylor heart and mind for an onset of Howdy’s and Whoop’s, I was taken aback by an even more passionate group of people as we took a day trip to the Texas Renaissance Festival. 28 more words

Cupp's Drive Inn - Waco, Texas

Documentation of my first and second experience at local Waco eatery, Cupp’s Drive Inn. Day One: Cheeseburger and homemade Fries.

I have been a Wacoan for a total of 21 years, and my opinion of Waco food elevated so much I returned with a guest to experience this grease bucket venue, this time for breakfast. 7 more words

Texas Antiques Week - Warrenton, Texas

My mom (best friend, companion, wanderer) and I ventured down to Texas Antiques Week to shop for her craft booth, Deeply Rooted, located in Waco, Texas. 37 more words

Third Friday at Zhou B Art Center - Photography by Hillary Johnson

I’ll be showing new black and white and color photographs from my project titled, “The Persistence of Vanishing Things,” in studio 302 at The Zhou B Art Center from 7-10pm. 334 more words

Matt in front of the cabin, Washburn, WI. June 2017.

My husband’s father Tom Johnson, bought 40 wild acres of land up near Lake Superior back in the late 1950s. 93 more words