National Geographic features local photographer’s shots of Austin life

Brisk temperatures in the low 40's greeted Austin Monday morning along with a spectacular sunrise on the Roberta Crenshaw Pedestrian Walkway over Lady Bird Lake February 8, 2016. RALPH BARRERA/ AMERICAN-STATESMAN
RALPH BARRERA/ AMERICAN-STATESMAN file photo.

From an artistic snapshot of Pennybacker bridge to a haunting image of horses at dusk, National Geographic recently featured a few photos that take a look at Austin life.

The photos were taken by a young Austin native and freelance photographer named Anneke Paterson for the piece titled “A Local Photographer’s Guide to Austin, Texas.” The slideshow is complete with a local musician playing outside of Spider House, a luminous bike and people gathering at Barton Springs.

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For copyright purposes, we couldn’t post the photos ourselves but you can view the slideshow here. 

Author: Staff Writer

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