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Sunset Beach

Sunset is one of my favorite times of the day.

Sunset –  those few peaceful moments just as the sun is setting that remind you that miracles happen everyday.   321 more words

Photography Challenges

Today in Texas History - November 2

From the Annals of Cattle Ranching –  In 1912,  the XIT Ranch of Texas sold its last head of cattle.  The XIT was once one of the largest cattle ranches in Texas, and the land was received in exchange for financing the construction of the state capitol building in Austin.   176 more words

Texas History

Thomas Hart Benton: Texas Panhandle

Thomas Hart Benton (American, 1889-1975), Texas Panhandle, Route #66, c.1953. Oil on board, 7 x 10 in.


Art & Culture

Wind Giants

These wind generators were just being installed when I took this photo.  The giant size of the generators fascinates me.–  Notice the size of the cattle and the pickup next to the wind generators.   137 more words


Small Town Values

This small town theater reminded me of what we value in our own culture. The small world we live in each day that creates our personal culture.  239 more words

Photography Contests Galore!

September must be the month for photo contests. Birds & Blooms’ Backyard Photo Contest entries must be postmarked by September 15th, and entries for Solvay’s Specialty Polymer’s Business Group’s 2016 calendar are due on September 15th, as well.  1,173 more words



Outtakes 209


by Cait Collins

The outdoor musical drama, TEXAS, is a seasonal event in the Texas Panhandle. The show is spectacular and is loaded with special effects and fireworks. 344 more words