The beautiful open blue sky is one of the things I love most about West Texas. Below are the rest of the pictures I took at the beginning of January when David and I drove from Paris to Denver City and back. The pictures include Bud Mathews, Post, Albany, Hobbs New Mexico, Lamesa, Seminole, Lovington New Mexico, Denver City and Palo Pinto, Texas.
"I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it." -- Pablo Picasso
Monday, January 23, 2012
Sunday, January 22, 2012
Canada Geese in Migratory Pond in Brownfield TX
Just before David and I got to Brownfield Texas we saw wave after wave of Canada Geese flying overhead. I tried to get some shots of them flying over the fields but I just didn't have the right lens. As we drove through Brownfield we saw thousands of the geese resting in the City Park on the ponds. My thought is it was the only water for miles around. The local waterfowl seemed none too happy about the intruders! We stayed about an hour photographing and watching the antics of the waterfowl. It was magical.
Friday, January 20, 2012
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Windows to West Texas
The first of January David and I piled all of our camera equipment into the car and headed West. The windows in the stucco houses and buildings captivated me throughout the whole trip. Here are a few of the images that I have edited so far from Plains, Brownfield, Clairemont, Haskell, Jayton and Tahoka.
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