George Ranch, Richmond Texas photos from back in time

Quadophile

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Here are some of the pictures from George Ranch Historical Park located in Richmond Texas. Wonderful place to get back in time!

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Last time we were in the Lone Star State we went to the LBJ Ranch which was fascinating.:thumb:
 

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You've got some fantastic photos there, really nice use of light! I particularly like the two photos of the cart :thumb:

Certainly looks like a very interesting place to visit. We've been to an 'outdoor museum' called Beamish in the North East of the UK which was similar - lots of shops you can go in, and it's like going back in time.
 

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You've got some fantastic photos there, really nice use of light! I particularly like the two photos of the cart :thumb:

Certainly looks like a very interesting place to visit. We've been to an 'outdoor museum' called Beamish in the North East of the UK which was similar - lots of shops you can go in, and it's like going back in time.

I guess it was worth going there and shoot those pictures. I was also thrilled that the light was good for the session, it makes a huge difference. It really helped with the indoor shots as most of the time the light was diffused due to overcast skies and temperature in low 40's.

I will be going back there as I covered only half of the place and it took 3 hours. I have to do another session for at least 4 more hours to cover it all.

Thank you for looking and your feedback. :)
 

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Great photos Quad. The George Ranch looks like a very interesting step-back in time. I love those "living museum" places, they give one a realistic 'feel' for life as it used to be.

Thank you for sharing with us. Really looking forward to more photos from your next visit. :thumb:
 

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Great photos Quad. The George Ranch looks like a very interesting step-back in time. I love those "living museum" places, they give one a realistic 'feel' for life as it used to be.

Thank you for sharing with us. Really looking forward to more photos from your next visit. :thumb:

Since you liked it so much I guess I have to plan another visit soon, so watch out for some more images from the place.:)
 

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