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The youngest Adventure Sister

And so, just like that, the youngest Adventure Sister set out. There were, after all, new worlds to explore.

Lake Colorado City State Park
Colorado City, Texas
photographed 3.16.2018

Native grasses, on a windy day

Out here where I live, the wind blows a lot. Like, all the time nearly. That’s why I am not sure why I thought that I could get a nice, crisp photo of these fall grasses: the wind was blowing and I know better. But still, I tried. And rather liked the result.

Or, maybe I eventually talked myself into liking what I ended up with since I couldn’t get anything any better…

Lake Colorado City State Park
Colorado City, Texas
photographed 11.24.2018

As you journey ever on

I kind of wish my front yard looked like this…

Lake Colorado City State Park
near Colorado City, Texas
photographed 3.16.2018

at 38.6% capacity

If there’s no rain, there’s no lake to speak of. This lake is currently at only 38.6% capacity. However, there’s a lake only 50 miles away from this one that’s at 12% capacity, so that makes this one practically at flood stage.

Droughts are awful.

Lake Colorado City State Park
near Colorado City, Texas
photographed 3.16.2018

The Sky Takes a Lead Role

Some scrappy brush that hasn’t yet leafed out for the summer, dwarfed by the giant sky.

Lake Colorado City State Park
near Colorado City, Texas
photographed 3.16.2018

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