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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…

Macro photography has always interested me and I've done a little here and there but only with a Canon G7 point and shoot in macro mode. While it was okay, it…

Thank you so much Galveston Monthly Magazine for selecting my photograph for the cover of your January 2020 edition. It really is an honor and I still can't…

Winters can be dull and grey- that's why I love Texas! A few grey days then boom- blue skies again. Join me at Pecan Run, a 160 acre (65 hectares) property in…

Was on my way home on Monday December 23rd when the Polar Express was returning to the station at the Galveston Railroad Museum. The sunset was spectacular and…

Daylight savings time is here and I'll once again have good light during my morning ferry boat commute to work. It also means that I'll be catching some nice…

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Here are a few shots from the Lone Star Rally in Galveston Texas. The Lone Star Rally is the largest free four day motorcycle rally in the country and runs…

I pass these lovely creatures most every day en-route to work. Living in the country affords such pleasures. For that I am thankful. This day when I stopped for…

Everyone seems to enjoy the dolphin pictures. Here are a couple that I took last Friday. These amazing animals are full of energy. They'll race in front of…

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