Craig Allen Photography

Craig Allen is a photographer creating unique images and spreading messages of photology to the masses.

Saturday, May 26, 2007

Seaholm Power Plant

The Seaholm Power Plant sits on an eight-acre site on the north shore of Town Lake in Austin, Texas. The plant no longer generates power for the City. Private sector groups have recommended that Seaholm be converted to civic or cultural uses. In 1991, the City Council resolved to preserve Seaholm for public use after it is decommissioned.

Old City of Austin Power Plant / © All rights reserved
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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Bridal Shot

I was asked by a friend if I would shoot a bridal series of a family member. The picture below is one of the photos taken that day. More photos can be found on my Events page and at my smugmug site.

Bridal Shoot / © All rights reserved
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Thursday, May 10, 2007

Pennybacker Bridge

Austin’s Pennybacker Bridge, commonly called Austin 360 Bridge, is truly an extraordinary site. Designed by David McDonald it was the only bridge of its kind in the United States when it opened on December 3rd, 1982. It was the last link to completing Austin’s first highway loop circling the city, which utilizes US 183, Hwy 71, Capital of Texas Highway, and Loop 360.

Pennybacker Bridge, Austin Texas / © All rights reserved

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Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Many Glacier Hotel on Swiftcurrent Lake

Many Glacier Hotel is located along the shores of Swiftcurrent Lake inside Glacier National Park.

The Great Northern railroad built this historic hotel in 1915 to accommodate the many tourists passing through Glacier National Park. Many Glacier Hotel is built in the Swiss Chalet style and the Swiss theme is carried through the interior of the hotel as well.

Many Glacier Hotel / © All rights reserved

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