Somewhere in time . . .
Here is the Moon Tower in the Travis Heights neighborhood (Austin, Texas). According to Wikipedia, Austin installed 31 towers in the 1890s, of which 15 remain. They are 165 feet tall and are the only surviving light towers in the world.
The Coryell Museum and Historical Society in Gatesville, Texas, has quite a collection. Let’s start with some of Pancho Villa’s artifacts.
From Wikipedia: Pancho Villa was a Mexican revolutionary general and one of the most prominent figures of the Mexican Revolution. Villa helped fashion his own image as an internationally known revolutionary hero, starring as himself in Hollywood films and giving interviews to foreign journalists. He was assassinated 20 July 1923.
At Zilker Botanical Gardens, Austin, Texas.
Thursday is for Doors over at Norm 2.0.