This post has to to do with landscape photography/cityscapes, though could go into other genres of photography as well. I have been noticing a pattern this year were the photo I wanted to do was not there. Unfortunately, that is how life works. We have a predetermined idea in what we may think the scene willContinue reading “You have to go with what is presented to you.”
Just minutes after sunset, these vivid clouds could be seen lighting the Texas State Capitol building, as seen from the Senate side of the Capitol. Thanks for looking, please feel free to comment.
As I made my way to the trailhead of The Window, my eyes began to be drawn into the heavy morning fog (which is kind of hard to make out in this photo) that was forming at The Window itself. They’re just so happen to be a boulder that was nearby to stand on, whichContinue reading “The Window at sunrise with early morning fog.”
At the halfway point of the staircase to the Pfluger Pedestrian bridge, there is a nice little overlook that looks back on the bridge itself. This image was taken at sunrise, with no wind affecting the reflections. I’m always amazed at how some images come out compared to others. This is a prime example ofContinue reading “Looking back at the Pfluger Pedestrian bridge at sunrise.”
After several days of heavy rainfall, there was enough water flow from the creek above to help create this cascading waterfall. Of all my visits to the preserve, I can say that I never remember it being any greener and fuller than on this visit. This is a re-edit of some sorts. Slightly different composition,Continue reading “Hamilton Pool Nature Preserve: May 2015.”