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Photography by Paige Newton - http://paigenewtonphotography.com
Photographs taken at:
The Boggy Creek Farm - http://www.boggycreekfarm.com
The French Legation Musuem - http://www.frenchlegationmuseum.org
Completed in 1841, the French Legation is the oldest wooden frame structure in Austin. The building originally served as a diplomatic outpost for Alphonse Dubois, a representative of King Louis–Philip of France, as he worked to forge alliances with the newly formed Republic of Texas. Today, the French Legation Museum is open to the public as a historic landmark and educational site.
Website by Jeremy Adam - http://www.jeremyadam.com
And a special thanks to Susan Metzger.