Location: Mecom Fountain
In 1964, oil magnate John W. Mecom and his wife Mary presented the Mecom Fountain as a gift to the City of Houston. The spectacular fountain, located in the traffic circle where Montrose and Main Streets connect, is an iconic Houston landmark. Designed by Eugene Werlin, the fountain was the largest in the city when it was built. It is surrounded by the beauty of Hotel ZaZa, the Museum of Fine Arts, Warwick Towers and Hermann Park.
The only problem in this shoot was dodging the traffic while crossing the round-a-bout! It was a beautifully breezy day for scarf dancing. What’s even more special, is this entire outfit was given to me by one of my dearest friends, Debra Grierson. <3
Water fountains represent hope and renewal and life. Treasure them all.
All clothing from Katia Boutique
Photography by Simon Gentry
Styling: Beth Muecke
Model: Beth Muecke