Tag Archive: East Texas

WalkingSquares 27 through 30

Yay! I did it! I followed Becky’s #WalkingSquares challenge, walked outside and took photos every day in November (except one). If I am to be honest, I will have to admit that for… Continue reading

WalkingSquares 20 through 26

This week I continued to walk for Becky’s #WalkingSquares Challenge. I walked outside every day except Tuesday, and I am going to have to count going up and down the grocery store aisles… Continue reading

WalkingSquares 13 through 19

Lots of weather changes this week and a few good pictures! Sunday, November 13, was a beautiful day, clear and cold.  I was able to get some nice clear pictures of Pine Warblers. … Continue reading

WalkingSquares 6 through 12

I am enjoying the WalkingSquares challenge set by BeckyB of Winchester, to get out and walk each day in November.  Most days I walk around our farm, but on two days this week… Continue reading

The Best-Laid Plots

A response to a WordPress prompt, originally posted on my other blog in 2013.

I Spy…Tiny Ones

[This post was originally on my other blog, Deep in the Heart of Textiles, as part of a photography challenge. It seems to belong better over here. It was originally posted on May… Continue reading

A Lovely April Morning Walk

So often, I can’t get my camera to focus where I want it to, but this past Sunday morning, the photography stars aligned and all my pictures turned out beautifully! On my regular… Continue reading

Last on the Card, September 2020

This is a fun challenge from Brian at Bushboys World. The rules are simple:1. Post the last photo on your SD card or last photo on your phone for the 30th September.2. No… Continue reading

The Changing Seasons – September 2020 in East Texas

Although I spend a fair amount of time in Central Texas, I live in East Texas.  While there is some overlap, we tend to see different plants, insects, and birds here, so I… Continue reading

Host and Guests – Ludwigia

I have a goal to identify all the species living on our farm.  The pond plants in particular have been a problem for me, because a lot of them look similar.  And even… Continue reading