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.
Photograph 2003 – Baby turkey vultures in a barrel. These guys were in a horse stall of a barn we were rebuilding. Built a new home for them and transported them to it in the barrel. Their parents had no trouble finding them that evening. We didn’t make them pets, but Amy named them Griffin and […]
Photograph 2009 – I got up early at Osage Moon so I could catch the sunrises. This is may be my favorite.
Photograph 2010 – I get an enormous amount of help in the studio from the cat boys. Here, Tango is so young. Now he is the somewhat grizzled top cat of the household.
Photograph 2008 – Unretouched photo of the big barn from the ranch house following a rain. We were in a perfect position for rainbows following afternoon rains.
Photograph 2010 – One of my favorites from a couple of years of chasing butterflies with a camera.
Photograph 2010 – A cat in a box. Go figure.
Photograph 2010 – Our pal Eddie, of Flo and Eddie fame. At this point in time, he is old and ruling the roost.
Photograph 2010 – Interesting cloud formation near sunset at Osage Moon. Because our home in Dallas is completely covered in clouds, sky watching was our favorite activity at the ranch. Granted, almost all other activities involved toil and sweat.
Photograph 2007 – Skywatching! This is the tower next to the ranch house supporting a radio that connected via microwave to a transmitter on the water tower in Bonham. Faster internet than satellite, but markedly slower than in Dallas, and much more expensive.