I like this picture. I would have subdued the light on the upper right like I've shown here http://goo.gl/I8Gam
I may have taken it a little too far, but you get the idea.
The Bishop's Palace in the East End Historic District of Galveston, Texas. The American Institute of Architects lists the home as one of the 100 most significant buildings in the United States, and the Library of Congress has classified it as one of the fourteen most representative Victorian structures in the nation.
I see you have lots of statues, and other things that could be considered icons ,if you are interested you can add them to my group " Australian and world icons "
Lake Livingston Dam
Built in1914, this gin, one of the last integrated air-system gins in America, has been restored with the guidance of the Smithsonian Institution and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. A working reminder of when cotton reigned supreme.
We invite you to join us …step back in time when cotton was king. The historic 1914 Burton Farmers Gin* is nestled in the heart of Burton, Texas - located on the same site where it was built almost 100 years ago! Designated on June 19, 2009 as the Official Cotton Gin Museum of Texas, the historic cotton gin has been visited annual by thousands of visitors and have enjoyed exhibits at the Burton Cotton Gin Museum. Burton, a small rural German community of 350 is conveniently located halfway between Houston and Austin on Hwy 290.
The Visitor Center is open Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm. Tours daily at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.. or by appointment.
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Thanks, we agree. I've submitted it for re-review twice. I've given up. They think it's a picture of the car.
I keep explaining it's a picture of the Lizzie Lola shop, and that you can't get a picture of the shop without the car in it, because the car is always parked there. And anyway, since the car is always there it qualifies for Google Earth in the first place.
I think they have teenagers or something doing the reviews and these people are given a set of rigid rules that don't provide for thought.
The coordinates for this picture are wrong. They should be near 29° 33' 12.74" N 95° 5' 39.96" W
Shafter has become less of a ghost town. Earlier this year a company reopened the silver mine and will employ about 100 workers. http://goo.gl/LwC2x