Texas is the second-largest state in the nation with 268,596 square miles of unique landscapes perfect for travel and nature photography. As a native Texan, I have explored many regions of this vast state and I am here to dispel the my that Texas’ landscape is nothing more than flat and boring. Big Bend National […]
Each year Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) plants almost 30,000 wildflower seeds along Texas highways. Not only are the blankets of wildflowers lining our highways beautiful, but also reduces maintenances costs, protects our environment, and provides a habitat to native wildlife. The vibrant yellows, blues, reds, and pinks make Texas a popular spring destination and […]
Hikes perfect for landscape and wildlife photography.
I saw an Instagram post from a California transplant complaining about Austin’s lack of nature and outdoor activities. I once believed this myth myself and nearly packed my bags for the West Coast, but as my mom has always said, “bloom where you are planted”. In place of a dramatic move to the mountains I […]
This blog post may contain affiliate links. I may earn a small commission for any purchases made through these links. Click here for the disclosure statement. I’m on a mission to discover all the outdoor adventures tucked away in the 41 Central Texas State Parks; each one offering a unique view of this great state. In order […]
Table of Contents I’ve always said Texas has two seasons – hot and not so hot. It’s almost a stretch to say that we have more than one season, let alone four. But tucked away in Vanderpool, Texas, 85 miles northwest of San Antonio, I discovered an oasis of fall foliage that is Lost Maples […]