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Spring in Texas

A wet fall with continued rain through spring has resulted in a bounty of wildflowers in south central Texas.  Early scouting has shown abundant wildflowers already in bloom in the areas east and south of San Antonio.  79 more words


A few more weeks...

In cooler, wetter years, bluebonnets can bloom well into May when late spring/early summer wildflowers such as firewheels and lazy daisies begin to bloom. This image was from the Texas Hill Country on May 3, 2007.  67 more words


Spring Bounty

When rain is plentiful in fall and winter, spring in Texas can bring a bounty of assorted wildflowers to the countryside.  In 2010, abundant rainfall created a particularly colorful spring display in Atascosa County south of San Antonio. 53 more words


Early signs of spring

We’ve had a roller coaster ride of temperatures over the last several weeks that included many days of above normal spring-like weather. That has come to an abrupt end with colder than normal temperatures forecast through the weekend. 141 more words


Gary Regner Photography

Welcome to Gary Regner’s photography blog.  I specialize in the photography of Texas’ wildflowers. Visit my website for resources to identify wildflowers found in Texas as well as… 31 more words


A change of pace | Sonya Lira Photography

Sometimes a change of pace allows the dust in our minds to clear.

We can see things in another light and get back our voice.

Sonya Lira Photography

Windows - Davis Mountains State Park, Texas

Windows – Davis Mountains State Park, Texas
Copyright © 2013 Jeff Lynch Photography
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Shot taken with a Canon EOS 5D Mark III with GP-E2 unit attached, set on aperture (Av) priority using an EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens tripod mounted. 34 more words