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Before the snow…

This was one of my favorite images from the fall. Part macro, part landscape.┬áLeaving Idaho in the morning forView full post »

diamonds from the sky

We had an unexpected and greatly appreciated squall on Father’s Day afternoon here. Later in the evening afterView full post »

Helen’s Garden

This year has been an experiment in gardening. Helen designed and constructed a set of raised beds. She then visitedView full post »

Macro Monday…

With the onset of summer officially arrived in Texas, the berries have been popping up with the heat. Soon it will beView full post »

April showers, cool wildflowers…and weeds

Well the temperatures and wind have finally eased a bit. We are now starting to get rain, hail andView full post »

Spring has sprung!

I had to work this weekend, but still found a bit of time to go for a walk in the back pasture and found some new lifeView full post »

Waiting for spring, missing the colors of fall…

This evening driving home my car reported the temperature as 19 degrees (f) – we live in TEXAS!!! What anView full post »

Life is sometimes like walkin’ a tightrope…

A fine line between success and failure. Captured with: d700, 105mm @ f/ 8.0, 1/100, ISO 800, 105mm. In the oaks atView full post »

Shades of fall color in Texas

As it starts to cool off a bit here in the northern Hill Country of central Texas, we get to enjoy the last flashes ofView full post »


… are a proud assertion that a ray of beauty, out values all the utilities of the world.  ~ Ralph WaldoView full post »

sweet wild plums in Texas

Helen found these small wild sweet plums while riding across our ranch last week. On closer examination today, itView full post »

as summer fades…

Captured with: D700, 105mm @ f/5.6, ISO 800, 1/200.View full post »

Summer time blooms

Father’s day brought with it a wonderful gift from my wife and two daughters – a 105mm f/2.8 macro.View full post »

The color of new life

I shot this spectacular bud and flower during a rain storm last month while in Houston with Kelly for her ArtView full post »