Tag Archive: photography

south louisiana red fishin’

a few weeks ago, i had the priviledge of fishing the gulf for reds. my good friends and clients took me on one of their corporate retreats to capture the activities of the… Continue reading

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honeymooners

well, as they say, the honeymoon is (technically) over… however, it doesn’t really feel that way. now i’m not just trying to score points here, i promise.  the first month has been a total… Continue reading

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new years: bongos and puke

elle and i went to inks lake state park near austin to camp for new years this year… it was kind of a disaster.  some college kids pulled in next to us late… Continue reading

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hill country nap

getting away for the weekend to nap in the warm texas winter sun… the hill country way. all images and content © andrew r. slaton | photographer 2010

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big bend birthday, year 2

if something happens at the same time two years in a row, does it become tradition?  could we say “our annual big bend birthday extravaganza”?  well, i’m going to.  starting now. elle and… Continue reading

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a real vacation

i travel a lot.  but it would be a bit of a stretch to say that my traveling is “vacation”. it’s not that i don’t enjoy the destinations, or have real moments of… Continue reading

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print sale!

just in time for Christmas, i have decided to have a massive, fine-art print sale… all available color and black & white prints on my website are 50% reduced or more! but the… Continue reading

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4 weeks in vermejo

this summer i was hired by ted turner’s vermejo park ranch to photograph landscapes and wildlife. and yes, i had to pinch myself every day… vermejo is over half a million acres of… Continue reading

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30 hours in new york

i had some work in new jersey a few weeks ago… so inevitably, i wanted to make a stop over in the city. nothing more “new york” than jerry seinfeld. and perhaps the… Continue reading

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austin

ah… my favorite city in texas…. i’ll be visiting you a lot this summer… all images © andrew r. slaton | photographer 2010

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yann, not yanni

my favorite french musician, yann tiersen, came to dallas (of all places) a few weeks ago. he is best known for composing the amelie soundtrack, but his repertoire is comprehensive and complex. tiersen… Continue reading

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colorado bend: weekend warriors

q:  what’s not quite as good as going to the mountains, but a hell of a lot better than staying in dallas for the weekend? a:  car camping at a state park for… Continue reading

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ah… telluride

i made the 30 hour round-trip drive up to telluride, colorado at the end of february to celebrate my best friend john’s 30th birthday… there are not many places i’d rather be for… Continue reading

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i hate valentimes? caddo lake

elle, hunter trek, and i spent valentines day out at caddo lake on the texas-louisiana border.  swamp country. it’s a whole other world out there.  we enjoyed the signs in uncertain, texas… it… Continue reading

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january fan, july flame

note:  i’m really excited about this post for a few reasons:  first, because i’ve been trying to finish it for a month, so it will be nice to have it done.  second, i… Continue reading

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not just another new year

elle and i decided to go camping for new years this year… big surprise. we wanted to go somewhere near austin so we could have a fun night in the city, and have… Continue reading

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now that it’s Christmas time!!

to me, there is nothing better than Christmas time with the family… we spent the morning with the family in dallas… then we all headed down to austin to spend the rest of… Continue reading

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shooting bush

i had the unique opportunity to photograph george w. bush just before Christmas. his daughter, barbara, is heading up a fantastic non-profit, global health corps. she hosted a charity event… and george and… Continue reading

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the big easy, matrimony

they call new orleans “the big easy”, and if you’ve ever been there, it is just that. marriage, however, they say is not so easy. “it’s a lot of work,” the old couples… Continue reading

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sharing big bend

i’ve said it before; i don’t share my sacred places.  there are a select few places that i go multiple times a year to get away, clear my head, and recharge my batteries.… Continue reading

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monterrey… one important role of the church

i went to monterrey, mexico with my church again over halloween weekend. after our first trip a year ago, my church, providence presbyterian, decided to support a small church in the township of… Continue reading

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