Sunday evenings are a special time to photograph small towns. The sunlight softens the harsh shadows of the day. Most folks are home eating dinner or mowing the lawn and you can wander around these wonderful villages without a care in the world. Most small towns in Texas roll up the sidewalks around 6:00 PM and they become silent monuments to their rich history.
You can go just about anywhere in Columbus, Texas on a late Sunday evening, and setup a tripod in the middle of the empty street to capture some beautiful architecture. Standing there it’s easy to feel your cares fall away and be transported back to simpler, less hectic place and time.