There is a fascinating microcosm in a heap of debris. Continue reading A flood at Oak Point Park, Part 2
A couple days ago Oak Point Park in Plano experienced a heavy thunderstorm.
When I approached the debris-laden area, I was surprised to discover the number of critters hanging on for dear life. … Continue reading A flood and unexpected truces at Oak Point Park, Part 1
Is there anything more peaceful than enjoying a sunset by a favorite pond? Actually there is. Enjoying a sunset with a friend. These two characters only met this afternoon but they felt like they’ve known each other a lifetime. 🙂 I included the shot below with my shoes for a sense of scale. Just in case you think the snake is fake, I’ve included a short clip to clear any doubt. Date: October 20, 2019 Location: Oak Point Park in Plano, Texas Camera: iPhone and Canon 5D Mark IV Continue reading Sunset & Snake
It was a windy day and the weeds were swaying. My subject had her eye(s) on me during the entire photoshoot. I had no expectation that I’d get a good shot – so I took dozens upon dozens. I wanted … Continue reading Let’s Eat!
My friend Tore and I returned to Oak Point Park, one week after the Fish Tale / Great Flood. The plan was to observe the damage and cleanup operation. I also planned on documenting the dead fish in fields and … Continue reading A walk in the park with a butterfly
There was a brief moment when the rain paused long enough for my friend Tore and I to visit Oak Point Park. This park makes my list of top city parks because there’s always fun wildlife to observe with very … Continue reading A fish tale
I purchased an app that reported 100 percent chance of rain last Sunday. I was devastated. Weekends are for outdoor adventures. I felt cheated out of a weekend. Fortunately, my concerns and the rain cleared after having lunch. (I have … Continue reading Rainy Day