Guess what, my friends? The Bluebonnets are back! For about three weeks each year, they bloom their blue earth decorations around Texas. My yard in the past two years had huge thick patches of them. This year, we have only a few small thin patches. Nonetheless, I’m enjoying them through photography but in a simpler way than before. Continue reading Cameraphoning Bluebonnets
It’s that time of year again when the Texas Bluebonnets fully bloom! And that means it’s time to dust off my “real” cameras and get to shootin’! Continue reading Bunches Of Bluebonnets
Every year, I like to add a fresh batch of bluebonnet pictures to my collection. They’re the Texas state flower, and they only last about 3 to 4 weeks a year–plus they’re blue! The bluebonnets for 2018 sprung up a day or two before the equinox; I first noticed them on March 20th and started taking photos. Continue reading “Blooming Bluebonnets”
A photo I took of a single Texas Bluebonnet with bugs on it is the picture that made me become a shutterbug.
To others, this image is nothing special. But to me, it was seminal; it had a big impact on my life. We all have these kinds of experiences in life: an event, a circumstance, a person…somehow they can be special turning points.
So how or why did this single photograph, Bluebonnet Bugs, cause me to focus on photography? Continue reading “Flower Bugs Made Me A Shutterbug”
Spring season 2017 had been hinting at its arrival earlier than normal. In fact, these Texas Bluebonnets started blooming before the official Vernal Equinox, which landed on March 20th this year. Continue reading “Bluebonnets in Bloom”