Category Archive: Photography

Nature at Night

Millions of Mexican free-tailed bats have a summer home in Texas.  They live in large colonies scattered across the state.   We went to watch them emerge at sunset from the Devil’s Sinkhole near… Continue reading

Waltz Across Texas

We love to go to the Sunday evening concerts at a local winery.  Out in the middle of a big field, a couple of hundred people bring in chairs, blankets, and picnics for… Continue reading

June Evening in Texas

When I decided to participate in the 1 Day 1 World Project, I set a goal to do something new for the post each week.  This week, we were at 5 pm to… Continue reading

Let’s Talk About Ducks

Eleven seconds of video, four hours to learn how to get the video off my camera and into this post! I got these ducks a month ago and they have been more fun… Continue reading

1 Day 1 World Project: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm – Woodpecker Ninjas

When I was out walking in the woods today, I heard a lot of birds scolding and squawking.  In the past, following the fuss has led me to sightings of snakes, hawks, and… Continue reading

Today’s Surprise

Some nuthatches were fussing at something in their tree – I expected a snake but saw this little creature instead.  I have lived here for five years and never even heard one before!

Turtle Time

Blue Norther

I was in the Hill Country this morning when a cold front blew in.  The clouds looks like waves in the ocean as they rolled through in less than 20 minutes.

Buen Corriendo

So we were in Presidio, Texas, buying ham and cheese croissants and chile rellenos from a grocery store lunch counter, and the lady didn’t speak any English, so I had to try my… Continue reading

After the Rain

After a night and morning of rain, I took the sheep out for a walk this afternoon.  The longer I looked, the more I noticed, and the more questions I had. (You can… Continue reading