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Old Posted Jul 17, 2019, 4:40 AM
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Fantastic photos of Houston. Thank you.
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I was there in May 2011, got heatstroke.
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That light reflecting off of Transco (I’m old) is amazing. Also I love the Long Point parking lot with houses shot.
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I was there in May 2011, got heatstroke.

A lot of things have changed since then. Sadly, the weather isn’t one of those things.
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This photo is really interesting. Basically new townhouses, but each one different.

I'd love to see a thread that focused on post-2000 Houston inner loop housing. Some of the stuff happening there, like in Rice-Military, is really unique nationwide.
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This photo is really interesting. Basically new townhouses, but each one different.

I'd love to see a thread that focused on post-2000 Houston inner loop housing. Some of the stuff happening there, like in Rice-Military, is really unique nationwide.
That would be a good "City Discussion" topic. You are right, as it is unique. It's an American adaptation of the development pattern found in the outer wards of Tokyo.

By that I mean;

Take this:
https://goo.gl/maps/gHRfdU7XSN6p7Qdi9

Add a two-car garage beneath the buildings and a bit of code compliance. And you get my profile picture.. or this;
https://goo.gl/maps/1DvxiyBQ1jQedJAAA
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An intriguing diverse thread of images!
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There's always something to catch your eye when photographing Houston!
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great thread -- especially as i am trying to decide between a los angeles and houston trip!
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