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San Antonio, Texas, the state’s second-largest city—and one of the U.S.’s. As this capital of Mexican-American culture celebrates its 300th birthday, it also…

Port Aransas, Texas; on the Gulf of Mexico, has a special charm- bringing about a refreshing change to an otherwise inland expanse. For my wife and I it is very…

We finally got to get out and take some nature shots. Enjoy the beauty of the Texas Hill Country- The Guadalupe River Canyon

Hope you all had a great Father's Day weekend. The clouds in Galveston Texas were perfect for some ship photography and I'm happy to end up with a few keepers…

This past Spring was a great time to photograph birds on the Bolivar Peninsula. While there is a large variety of species it is the pelicans and the raptors…

Well, it's been a while since I've last posted on PhotoBlog. I got sucked back into Facebook and spent most of my time posting there however it didn't take to…

Remote and lovely- we all need a walk in the woods. My wife and I are nearly settled here in San Antonio Texas. We are looking forward to getting back into…

In 2001 Tropical Storm Allison killed 22 people in the area, damaged office buildings and thousands of homes, and caused widespread flooding in the city.…

Part of my drive to work takes me through cattle country. The spring wild flowers were out in their glory today. Hope everyone is doing well.

Aerial photography is tough! I dabbled in this recently with my neighbor who was at the controls of the plane. Trying to photograph while piloting is just plain…

Every once in a while I enjoy photographing homes and landscapes. In North Texas many neighborhoods still blend architectural beauty with the culture of wide…
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