This is post #2 of my snapshot series, which presents mostly random casual photos that I’ve taken. You can read more about the series on my first snapshot post. Like the first post, I made all the photos with the Olympus XZ-1, an eight-year-old point and shoot, which I’ve been enjoying.
There first photo is from a trendy Japanese restaurant, which I talked about here. From what I heard, the restaurant took over the space of a barbecue joint, and they kept the mural.
Maudie’s is a popular Tex-Mex restaurant, and this one looks a bit fancier, located in a mix-used development called the Triangle.
I did a photo lecture in Dripping Springs back in the summer. I got there early and had a light snack beforehand. About three months ago, I changed my diet, and I no longer drink sodas and cut back on fries. At least I have the photo memories.
More from downtown Dripping Springs, before my photo lecture. I have similar photos on this post, shot with the more serious Fujifilm X-T10. Though, in reality, these compositions look great too. Is there much of a difference between the snapshots and the serious photos? You can be the judge.
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