Austin Photographer John R. Rogers shot this photograph. Check out the website JohnRRogers.com for more information & please make a comment .
The day I shot this photograph I was not actually out "shooting" but simply playing tour guide to some out of town guest. I actually captured three marketable images that day. Two exterior shots including the garden (one vertical & one horizontal), and a photograph of the "Texas Marquee" inside. As a side note, I was not actually supposed to shoot inside the the museum, but I just could not help myself. Subsequently they became a vendor selling my images in the gift shop including the clandestinely photographed interior shot. I'll include the Marquee image in a future post. You can see my other Texas History Museum Images here or other Austin images here.
From my blog at: www.JohnRRogers.com
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