Captured Art



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BLUEBIRD FALL “Bluebirds are probably one of the most challenging birds to capture so anytime I aim my camera at one, the only thing I’m thinking is I hope I get the shot.” Taken at Lake Holbrook, Wood County.

Lisa Hilbers

BARRED OWL ON A MOSSY OAK

“Early morning sun on this Barred Owl resting after a night of hunting in Hopkins County.”

Bobby Middleton

 

SUNSET WITH THE GANG

“The chance to witness such beauty is truly a blessing. I was not sure I could actually capture what I was seeing.” Taken at at Lake O’ the Pines.

Debbie Sandlin

 

FOGGY TEXAS MORNING

“As I was driving home on this foggy morning I noticed about a dozen longhorns grazing at the fence line. I immediately pulled over and with my iPhone I was able to get this one shot of a Longhorn looking up at me.”

Walter Dugan

 

WALK ON WATER

“Lesslie Duran of Lindale, Texas, takes a leisurely walk on the shore of Lake Hawkins.”

Eli Acuna

 

QUINCE AT THE COURTHOUSE

“While capturing the Harrison County Courthouse, I noticed the quince blooming and thought it would be good in the front of the shot.”

Wendy Floyd


 

GET ME A CHAIR

“Being a slightly cooler and breezy evening, I decided to take the dog to go swimming at Lake O’ the Pines. I noticed this heron atop a cypress and decided to see how close it would let me come for a photograph. By the time I got closer, the sun was sinking to create this perfect scene.”

Becky Rockwell

 

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