Photograph 2013 – Transco Tower waterfall in Houston.
Photograph 2012 – My mother, Gloria Smith, at 88 with three of her great grandchildren: Eliana, Sachi and Adeline. Mom is now 92 and has been presented with two more great grandkids. I posted this for emotional, not artistic reasons.
Photograph 2012 – Both of these people are one of a kind. Jamming at a party in Stuart Kraft’s studio. Miss you, Stu.
Photograph 2009 – Dotty loved this pondlet, when it had water in it. She would swim in circles and bark. We visited this pond after hikes and trail work so the dogs could wash off the poison ivy. The inevitable poison ivy. See This Post for what we learned.
Photograph 2012 – Amy and I were bringing much-needed income to Galveston after the hurricane. Everyone was getting back on their feet, but it was still pretty desolate in places. In addition to gorging on seafood and laissez le bon temps rouler, we also spent time traipsing through the wilder areas looking at birds. Here’s the bird […]
Photograph 2010 – Amy cutting a rug (or gravel) at the eponymous Dallas hangout. That’s our friend Ella St. Claire in the background.
Photograph 2006 – I learned so much from this man. Farmed into his very late 80’s. Here he is, literally going over the hill.
Photograph 2009 – Dotty loved our neighborhood’s 4th of July parade. Loved it! Mabel would go wherever Dotty went. As cheerful and loyal a pair of comrades one could ever hope for.
Photograph 2016 – Can you tell which is which?
Photograph 2006 – Dotty and Mabel in the old Ford Ranger. I just love the anticipation.
Photograph 2006 – Sometimes a nice composition just presents itself. I was immediately reminded of Richard Diebenkorn and Andrew Wyeth.
Photograph 2005 – Sunset at the ranch.
Photograph 2004 – Hanna in her wisdom years guarding the barn. So in tune with us and her greater nature.
Photograph 2004 – What else can I say? The woman loves firecrackers and a good party.
Photograph 2003 – We enlarged the pond near the big barn, mostly due to the efforts of Dustin Bewley and his new (to him) bulldozer. I like the texture of this shot.