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Horses Catch This City Girl's Eye

We recently moved from one part of Texas to another.  There’s only about 6 hours in distance form one area to the other; but there’s a world of differences. 216 more words

Daily Reflections

Wildlife Wednesday - Horned Toad

I moved to the Texas Panhandle during summer 2008.  At the top of my list of “things to photograph now that I’m living in the Panhandle” was the horned toad (a.k.a. 191 more words

Forgotten - 2 Versions

This old house has been abandoned in this field on Highway 287 in Texas for many years. It must have been sturdily built to withstand the ravishes of time and the harsh weather of the Texas Panhandle. 135 more words

Photography

Forgotten -- Black & White

This old house has been abandoned in this field on Highway 287 in Texas for many years. It must have been sturdily built to withstand the ravishes of time and the harsh weather of the Texas Panhandle. 63 more words

Photography Challenges

On The Road My Friends

At some point this morning I will have departed from Doright Manor to take a trip of epic, dare I say Odyssean, proportions. Having packed my bags with everything from winter boots and a parka to capris pants and flip flops I should surely be prepared for any eventuality. 345 more words

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The Texas Panhandle - Amarillo

scars he left behind
her beauty slipping away
she has the last laugh

Photo Credit:  Mike Templin

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