On the way to or from along U.S. Highway 82 and Farm Road 1752 in Fannin County you’ll find Savoy, TX. And if you aren’t paying attention you’ll drive right by without noticing. That is, unless you get off the 82 and onto the 56. I’ve been in Savoy more often after dark than in the daytime. I’ve taken more pictures in and of Savoy in the midnight hours than any other time. And I like it. Texans are proud of their communities that are ever-changing, but they won’t admit that. This store front won’t catch your eye during the day, for it blends in as ordinarily bland under the bright afternoon sun. At night, the nearby street lights and porch light bulb provide just enough to capture a stimulating mood. Sometimes I don’t carry my big camera and lately I’ve been shooting with nothing more than my android. Every few months you’ll see something new along the drive in Savoy and the quietness of it all draws me back. I’ll have many more pictures of late-night-Savoy. More to come.