4. Small-Town Texas - Bob Dunn Photography
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Small-Town Life, Texas Outback

Small-Town Texas

Small towns dot the Texas Outback, their main streets and squares lined with aging brick and stone structures built by the first families that settled here.¬†You can read their histories and gauge their cultures in fading signs adorning those buildings. And while it’s clear their populations have eroded in favor of the Big City and its promise of better employment, some of these small Texas bergs still maintain their friendly vibrance and family traditions.


I dedicate these images to the men and women who created villages out of dust and their own visions, leaving something unique and vivid and handmade, and far more comforting than the big-box retail and fast-food cookie-cutters that have followed.

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