Sunday afternoon I was off to Inks Lake State Park. I didn’t know what I would find to photograph there, but I wanted to get out and shoot anyway. It was a warm mostly sunny afternoon with a few high clouds and I thought that there was a chance of a nice sunset as well.… Read More Reflections at the Lake
I went out hiking and shooting photos at the Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge. I am a bit disappointed with the results as I don’t think these photos really work all that well. But I am posting this anyway as this is all a learning experience for me. It was a bit breezy and sunny… Read More A Hike in the Tall Grass
Sunday afternoon I had to get out of the house. I didn’t think that there would be much to shoot around town judging by the mostly dry pond last week, so I just drove out to Inks Lake in the late afternoon. The sky was mostly clear and summer has not quite let go its… Read More Twilight Fishing Pier
I had some time in the evening to run over to a neighborhood park to try to shoot a sunset scene. My plan was to go to a particular spot with a park bench and a tree that would have the pond in the mid-ground, hopefully reflecting a beautiful sunset. There were some high clouds… Read More Sunset and a Dry Pond
Big Bend National Park is almost entirely a dark sky site with almost no light pollution. For this reason, I chose to get out to the park on a clear moonless night before summer ended. I have been to other sights with very little light pollution, like Lost Maples State Natural Area, but none as… Read More The Milky Way Over Big Bend
My primary purpose for going out to Big Bend National Park was to shoot the night sky as the park is a very dark sky site. But, I got there well before sunset and had time to hike around during the golden hour. I saw on the map a road up to a hiking trail… Read More The Balanced Rock
Earlier this week I went to the beach at Galveston Island State Park on the Gulf of Mexico. I was mainly there for a mini family vacation, so I didn’t spend a lot of time shooting pictures. About halfway through the day, I did drag the camera and tripod down to the water to take… Read More The Beach!