4.00 pm. and my back is aching from taking photos…

However, classes are over for me, now it's the photography part. I'm 3/4 way through the show and I've taken over 1000 photos.

Unfortunately I couldn't photograph the mixed media class I did today… I was just far too busy… working, working, working.

Lunch in the park was a refreshing break. The park is new and cost around 21 million dollars. However, it has injected new life into downtown Houston and it's a great place to  sit and eat lunch.


There is a lake where children sail boats, several small restaurants, a concert stage and an elevated lawn for clear vision of the performance.DSC02552

There is a small gazebo made entirely from mosaic mirrors and used number plates…. I love it. 

Small children love the water features and squeal with laughter as a jet of water escapes the earth and catches them by surprise.


Ladies sit by the lake and take lunch and chat about the days events –
and there's a camaraderie that you find amongst quilters.. You can visit with anyone….

and I inevitably do.


It was a chance for me to put my feet up for a few minutes.

I was back on the Quilt show floor photographing and I think I've finally complDSC02548eted the lot.

I really can't say I've photographed every quilt, some just didn't have that special spark I require. (I'd say around 30)

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