Photographed Plano, TX 2020.07.04
I shot this after a rain last weekend. The underside was just as pretty as the front.
Photographed Plano, TX 2020.06.27
Peace. Stay Safe!
Last weekend I got my wife some flowers for Mother’s Day. Saturday it was raining all day so the flowers called me.
The background is a blurred photo of our shower curtain.
Photographed: Plano, TX 2020.05.16
Photographing spider webs are cool to in the right light. Not seeing them, and walking into them, not so much.
Photographed: Plano,TX 2020.05.09
The title may sound funny, coming from a grown man, but since I received my Lensbaby Sweet35, it seems like I play a lot with flowers.
This one is from our garden.
Photographed Plano, Texas 2020.04.22
Social distancing is still in effect, with good reason, but I went to a park to make some pictures. The wildflowers are blooming in Texas and the weather was nice. I went early in the morning, I figured no one would be at this little area.
It was a very nice day but these flowers move so easily with the slightest breeze. The bees were a bonus.
Zebadiah had to go see what all the noise was about. He thought it was pretty cool.
He said he should have told Adriana’s sister, Adalyn, but she would have tried to go to the top!
As another Thanksgiving is almost here and will be gone before you know it. I am very Thankful.
Sometimes normal life gets a little crazy and things don’t turn out like we plan, but counting my blessings would be impossible. My Faith, Family and Friends keep me on “My Normal”. Photos help too!
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!
Photographed: Aransas Wildlife Reserve – Aransas Pass, TX 2015.10.17
This is the side of what used to be Macy’s at Collin Creek mall. The Mosaic will be torn down just like these symmetrical columns.
I will be going by again several times in the next few days as the demolition is already started.
Photographed: Plano, TX 2019.07.26
Collin Creek Mall is a few miles from our house and was built in 1981. After 38 years of serving Plano, the decision was made by investors to demolish and build a new state of the art multi-purpose venue.
Of course this make photographers happy with all kinds of opportunities. The mall was open to the public for several days prior to closing for good back in July, so of course, I had to go in a few times. I will share in the next few posts.
There were a few people in the middle of the mall cleaning and preparing for a closing festival.
When was the last time you were in a mall and only saw one person?
And look who else!
Zebadiah, Adriana and Adalynn had to see this for themselves too.
Photographed: Collin Creek Mall, Plano, TX 2019.07.26