A bleak winter sky accentuates the stark frame of a long dead tree between Luling and Gonzales. Bonus points if you can find the dove.
Luminous light trails lead to a fallen tree and a glowing waterfall. Photographed on the Blanco River at Dudley Johnson Park in San Marcos, TX.
Autumn in a magical time along the Blanco River, especially in Wimberley where this photograph was taken.
A new day begins in glorious fashion as the sun rises over a country road near Hallettsville, TX.
I went to Thompson’s Island tonight to do a little light painting but I forgot my Zippo so no fire in this picture. I did however find a fountain of water gushing out of the ground, which then formed a little waterfall.
Dapple sunlight filters softly though stately Cypress trees in this scene from the Blanco River in Wimberley, TX.
This cypress tree on the Blanco River has survived a lot of floods and it’s easy to see why.
It’s November. It’s hot. It’s Texas.
As summer ends, a withering sunflower prepares to give birth to the next generation. When spring arrives, it will be reborn a hundred times over.
These backlit plants remind me of those souvenir flashlights with the fiber optic heads.