As I walked around the park, I tried to see the city the way I explore the cities I've traveled to in the past. It made everything appear that much more beautiful.
The most astounding part of all? These parks are free. (Don't think about your city taxes, cynic.)
I was torn between joining these kids by running amidst the water spouts and navigating my own sailboat. In the end, I enjoyed it through others. Next time I'll come prepared.
The Synchronicity of Color-Red wall by Margo Sawyer will forever be associated with Roy & Heidi in my mind. The colors and the vivacity of the building are an instant perk up, just like they are. My favorite part about this picture? The little girl peering in through the window.
Hands down, the coolest outdoor lounge I've ever seen. The orange chair reminded me of Blue's Clues, though...
Houston City skyline, heavenly edition.
During the entire two hour play, this poor man's role was to stand as art decor. That's dedication to your cause.
My company for the afternoon. And, yes, the little boy squatting stayed in that position for at least 45 minutes. he was a performance all on his own in my eyes.
Until soon, Discovery Green!