From Chicago to Austin

It’s been a busy few weeks. After speaking in Indianapolis and Minneapolis as a Fuji US X-Photographer, I had a chance to travel to Chicago and Austin for more Fuji fun. It’s been really great  to have all those new opportunities to share my love for photography with so many people across the country.

I now have a month of no travel and I’m quite looking forward to catching up with my writing and finishing that book! 

Here are a few pics from Chicago and Austin…

 

©Valerie Jardin - Chicago-2

Chicago ©Valerie Jardin

©Valerie Jardin - Chicago-5

Chicago ©Valerie Jardin

©Valerie Jardin - Chicago-1

Chicago ©Valerie Jardin

©Valerie Jardin - Chicago-3

Chicago ©Valerie Jardin

©Valerie Jardin - Chicago-4

Chicago ©Valerie Jardin

©Valerie Jardin - Chicago-6

Chicago ©Valerie Jardin

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©Valerie Jardin - Austin-1

Austin, TX ©Valerie Jardin

©Valerie Jardin - Austin-10

Austin, TX ©Valerie Jardin

©Valerie Jardin - Austin-10

Austin, TX ©Valerie Jardin

©Valerie Jardin - Austin-11

Austin, TX ©Valerie Jardin

©Valerie Jardin - Austin-8

Austin, TX ©Valerie Jardin

©Valerie Jardin - Austin-4

Austin, TX ©Valerie Jardin

©Valerie Jardin - Austin-3

Austin, TX ©Valerie Jardin

©Valerie Jardin - Austin-7

Austin, TX ©Valerie Jardin

 

7 thoughts on “From Chicago to Austin

  1. Wonderful photos! I do miss my old town: how did you get that shot of LaSalle? I used to try but was always chased off by the traffic! Miss the I used by a pair of shoes each year at the Allen Edmonds store right there to the left!

    Thanks for the memories!

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