An ultimate guide to public art in Lubbock, Texas begins with “Agave Dreams”.  On a recent visit to this region of the world, I explored the grounds of Texas Tech which exhibit  great work to inspire. Created by German artist Julian Voss-Andreae the work depicts a woman kneeling on earth. The sculpture is electrifying beyond its color.  Be sure to make this a part of your plans.

It’s travel photography! Follow our travel pursuits and practice of photography. Travel is education and supersedes the knowledge of any book. With adoration, allow the eye to wander and capture the culture of destinations is our mantra. What does this public art photography communicate to you?


We are novice, we are not perfect we are not the people toting huge camera bags and professional lenses. Strapped with camera phones we capture sometimes imperfectly perfect imagery.


No specific initiative. Although we love art, design, architecture, food, music, luxury automobiles and all things sexy we are passionate about snapping the sensational.



There is no time like the present. There is so much beauty in the world. Get beyond the narcissism of the selfie and pay attention your surroundings. Your current location is a work of art. Be present and capture the moment.

The world is a work of art. GOD made not mistakes. All things are beautiful!

Having cared for individuals with physical ailments, pictures serve as sources of inspiration. We continue to focus the lenses in an effort to encourage people to not live with a bucket list. Getting lost in regions of the world is what we strive to do and to share. The world is smaller than you think. Food, art, design, music and celebration is always near. Why not enjoy life starting NOW? The purpose of travel is to learn and be stretched. The stretch allows experiences to become a part of your DNA. The opportunity to see the world is a privilege. In an effort to exhaust the privilege we click to capture a moment while building a lifetime of memories.
It is said, “A picture is not just a picture. A picture is a story without words.”