Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Walking to Texas



The name of this fountain statue is "Walking to Texas" and it's dedicated to the pioneer families who walked their wagons to Texas in search of a better life and ended up in Grapevine in 1844 or something like that.

For my Watery Wednesday post I present a few different views of the fountain.

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13 comments:

  1. That's a cool fountain! Wonderful shots!

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  2. Beautiful fountain!Great work with these shots!
    ( imagine wine instead of water!!!! wow )
    Léia

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  3. What a cool little fountain, great shots James

    Cheers
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  4. Great shots; I really love the last one. Excellent colors...

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  5. Thirst quencher posts James. So much about your Texas...Thanks for bringing us closer to your State in just one click of a mouse.

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  6. On my this is so beautiful fountain !! Really loved this shot..Great capture...

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  7. IYou got me wondering who it was the spitt'n image of...LOL
    A fountain is a great memorial for the people who endured so much hardship settling the country.

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  8. That's a neat fountain - Walkin' To Texas! Great dedication!

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  9. What a great old fountain. Funny, I didn't even notice the faces. I had to scroll back up to see if it was from the same fountain.

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  10. That's a very interesting fountain... the way the couple is posed is very cool..

    Nice captures!

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  11. That is really great! I can't see myself as one of those pioneers.

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  12. It's a nicely built fountain. Also nice shot pictures :-)

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