Last Day of Summer (New York Times)
Air Force Airman, Derrick Stevens Share A Quiet Moment With His Military Working Dog Which He Named OO'Hagen At Lackland AFB. (New York Times)
Lyndon B. Johnson Ranch outside Johnson City, Texas. (New York Times)
Farmer In Texas. (New York Times)
Schertz Middle School teacher Amelia Cisneros having to discipline her seventh grade student Charlie, puts him outside in the hallway so he can no longer disrupt her class. (San Antonio Express-News)
Falcon Reservoir In Rio Grande Valley during an unprecedented drought in Nueva Ciudad Guerrero, Tamaulipas, Mexico (New York Times)
During A Drought Local Rancher Dennis Davidson Tries To Fix A Leak Used For His Cattle.

Round Rock High School baseball team came runner up in the state high school state championship tournament .  The team was favored to win the state title but came up short on the last game.

Luckenbach, Texas On A Wednesday Night. (New York Times)
Rodeo in Williamson County Texas
The Pumpkins of Central Texas
San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo (New York Times)

Mariachi in San Antonio, Texas. (San Antonio Express-News)

Rainey Street In Austin, The New 6th Street for Locals. (New York Times)

A memorial pillow offers good homage to everyone who visits Alberto Salinas, a local spirit doctor located in Harlingen, TX  (New York Times Magazine)
Alberto Salines performs an exorcism on woman he said had evil spirits that needed to be expelled, with the help of the woman's sister.  (New York Times Magazine)
Sweetwater Rattlesnake Roundup March 1999 (For Life Magazine)
Sweetwater Rattlesnake Roundup 1999 (For Life Magazine)
Sweetwater Rattlesnake Roundup 1999 (For Life Magazine)
Sweetwater Rattlesnake Roundup 1999 (For Life Magazine)
Manuel Gonzales comforts his wife Emma at grave-site of his mother in-law who passed away a year before.  The couple had decorated the grave-site at Fernando Cemetery for Day of The Dead which celebrates the memories of deceased loved ones. (San Antonio Express-News)
Coal miners in Mexico wait if their labor is needed while 65 of their fellow miners remain tramped underground after a collapse near San Juan De Las Sabinas, Mexico.  (New York Times)
Adam Garza, a roughneck worker (oil rig laborer) takes a moment to rest after a 12 hour shift in South Texas heat where temperatures reach 107 that day near Laredo. (New York Times)
Valentine's Day wedding ceremony on steps of the Bexar County Courthouse in San Antonio.  The ritual has been an annual ceremony since 1989.  (New York Times)
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