The luxurious Hotel Paisano in Marfa, TX.
Wide streets in downtown Marfa, TX.
Across the street from the Palace Theater in Marfa, TX.
Wonder what's the history with the building next door?
Backyard Marfa, TX style.
Inner city, or Marfa, TX suburb?
Pink, red, and art decco Fire Station in Marfa, TX.
Entry way sign for the Marfa Volunteer Fire Department.
Presidio County Courthouse in Marfa, TX.
Presidio Court House detail in Marfa, TX.
Inside view of the dome on the Presidio County Courthouse, Marfa, TX.
Good dog walking on the Presidio Court House lawn in Marfa, TX.
Screen doors. How about that?
Squeese Marfa is a popular breakfast restaurant.
Colorful orange house with green patio chairs and a motorcycle in Marfa, TX.
Love the lime green chairs.
Entrance to Hotel Paisano in Marfa, TX.
My wide angle lens wasn't wide enough for this close up, but you get the idea.
Inside lobby of the historic Hotel Paisano in Marfa, TX.
El Paisano Hotel patio in Marfa, TX.
Metal patio chairs, I have a thing for them.
Fine, old floor tile in Jett's Grill, a part of Hotel Paisano in Marfa, TX.
Some really old boots in Marfa, TX.
I'm hoping the Coca Cola sign stays in this restoration.
Fine dining in Marfa, TX at Stellina's on the main street.
Stellina is an attractive restaurant in Marfa, TX, with an engaging atmosphere.
Get treated right at Quintana's Barber Shop in Marfa, TX.
Bar at Jett's Grill.
Local Marfa, TX residient posed for a photo (sort of).
Very cool, vintage, red pick up truck.
Creative sculpture decorates a yard in Marfa, TX.
I'm guessing that's a gas tank to a Honda 305, long gone from the scene.
Yard art is common in Marfa, TX.
No point letting a good tree stump go to waste.
Jipsy was obviously loved.
Airstream trailers and west Texas are a winning combination.
Marfa contemporary house on display, and for sale.
Marfa, Texas is a combination of the old and the new, the funky and the refined.
And across the street ----
Like the red doors though.
Modern desert landscaping in Marfa, TX.
City Park by the railroad tracks.
Oak Street, Marfa, TX.
Another orange house, in Marfa, TX. Love it!
Yellow, metal patio chairs look good in Marfa, TX.
Empty lots and spaciousness abound in Marfa, TX.
The old Ice Plant in Marfa, TX.
Damn, that's a wide road!
No doubt, a significant part of the community at one time.
A childrens play scape, also by the railroad tracks.
Rusty doors – a photographer magnet.
Michael Lunceford / Austin, TX / 512-659-6080