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Texas Bluebonnets

Spring has sprung in Texas when you see the Bluebonnets on the sides of the road and in the open fields.

Even with the crazy Coronavirus, there is beauty to be found by “Social Distancing”. With everyone staying indoors and apart, I went to get a few pictures of this Bluebonnet field in Richardson. While I did see some people, they were at least 40 feet away or further.

The Bee’s were buzzing!

Yellow, Blue make Green. God’s complementary colors.

Stay safe!

Photographed Richardson, Texas 2020.04.05

Flower Photogtaphy

Another Demo

I suppose I am drawn to the demolition of buildings and structures around town. Down the street from our house, another Gas station/Convenience store is being demolished to make way for something new and better.

I guess even Beer & Wine or State Inspections couldn’t save this one.

I’m pretty sure this wont happen in this building anyway!

Photographed Plano, Texas 2020-03-14

Which way?

Over the next several weeks, I am going to start an abstract project. This was taken a few weeks ago early one morning a the Hagerman Wildlife Refuge. The early morning glass smooth water made the reflection more interesting to me.

It could be a family, the Daddy, the Mama, and the 4 children all heading West!

Photographed Near Sherman, TX 2020.02.01

Smokeless

A few days ago we took an unexpected trip to South Texas. It was a lengthy trip in hours so we spent the night. While the others were getting ready, I took a stroll to the car wash next door. Funny what you can find when casually walking around.

In my opinion, the best cigarettes are the ones that can’t be smoked.

Photographed: Pleasanton, Texas 2020-02-08

Can you See?

The mystery of fog.

Even though I stand on my driveway most every day and know what is there, the fog adds a little suspicion.

Today was an exceptionally foggy day, especially for Texas. The weather man said some places had zero miles visibility. I could’t help but grab my camera. Even though I could hear people, I couldn’t see anyone. I could barely make out the trees.

Those trees are about the length of a football from the end of our driveway.

Photographed Plano, Texas 2020-01-27