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.
This is my first foray into literalism. I’ve had this idea in my head for a while and, although it’s not exactly like my original vision, it’s pretty close.
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.
Whenever I see skies like this, I have to start taking pictures of anything I can find. Fortunately, this train happened to be sitting on the tracks nearby.
Flooded trees reach up through a shallow area of Canyon Lake.
The famous Pennybacker Bridge glows under a beautiful summer evening sky in Austin, TX.
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.
A train trestle fades into the distant horizon as it crosses over the Blanco River in San Marcos, TX.