A late night train crosses over the San Marcos River near Rio Vista Dam.
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.
One of the two waterfalls coming out of Spring Lake that create the San Marcos River. Photographed at night and illuminated with a flashlight.
I really like the work of Stu Jenks and I decided to give the whole flaming spiral thing a try. For this shot, I taped a Zippo lighter to a wire clothes hanger that I had dismantled. I then stood on a ladder and swung the flaming contraption in a spiral around the rock.
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.
The famous Pennybacker Bridge glows under a beautiful summer evening sky in Austin, TX.
The lights of a power plant glow eerily in the foggy night between New Braunfels and San Marcos.
An early morning train crosses over the San Marcos River on the old wooden trestle. It’s since been replaced with a metal version.
Light painting on the Blanco River.