Here are some photos from a recent trip to Lake Ray Roberts – the Isle du Bois unit. Date: May 7, 2017 Camera: Rockalita Sunshine (Canon EOS 5D Mark IV) Lens: My beloved 100 mm macro lens (Canon EF … Continue reading Dragonfly
I spotted umbrella-like plants sprouting out of the ground. They were so intriguing. Like every good parent with her kids on spring break, I made my teenage miniature, Armando, pose in front of the plants. He was not happy about … Continue reading Mayapple
I spotted a small but mighty team of lumberjacks at the park. Harrison (shown below) has been chipping away at this tree for months. He’s making progress. Albert has been toiling on the same tree. They hope to have this … Continue reading Lumberjacks
Details are so much fun to observe. Here’s a raindrop on a tree branch at Ray Roberts Lake State Park – Isle du Bois. I used a tripod to keep the camera steady. Camera: Rockalita Sunshine (Canon EOS 5D Mark … Continue reading Raindrop!
I find photos are a pleasant distraction. They take me to far off places and peaceful moments in time. This photo is from a state park … Continue reading Pleasant distraction
Today’s adventure included Eisenhower State Park. In comparison to the LBJ Grasslands, it’s a stone’s throw away. Here are some highlights. I won’t show you the really fascinating <more like macabre> shots of a deceased bird on the shore…. Instead, … Continue reading Tranquility!
This photo is my best from today. It was taken at Ray Roberts Lake State Park – Isle du Bois. It seems like there should be … Continue reading The Last Shot of the Day
While sitting on a boulder at a state park in Arkansas, I spotted one of my favorite spiders. I had little confidence the photos would turn out – I couldn’t stand next to the spider – all I could do … Continue reading A Spider with Spines Part 2
Here are some highlights from a recent trip to Eisenhower State Park. The day was overcast – which was a nice change from the smoldering heat. It also created ideal lighting for photography. Notes Camera: Big Bertha (Canon EOS … Continue reading Eisenhower State Park