Below are the images listed with name, medium, year and the size if the image was printed for exhibit.
Texas Horned Lizard. Their blood is mixed with a chemical that makes them foul tasting to predators.
A Scissor-tailed Flycatcher hunting for its next meal. They mostly feed on insects. They will also eat some spiders and sometimes they will feed on small berries and wild fruits.
A Scissor-tailed Flycatcher devours it’s catch. They will sometimes catch insects in mid-air, hover over an area of ground, and return to their perch to eat. They can swallow small prey when flying back. If the catch is too big they may return to the perch and bang the insect against it before eating.
A Great Blue Heron watches as an aluminum beer can bobs near by. Herons can glide at speeds from 20-30 miles per hour and spend 90% of their waking hours hunting. A Heron normally lives up to 15 years and the oldest recorded was 24 years old.
2 Strobes, 1 Snoot, 1 Diffuser
PARKS AND RECREATION (SPRING)
One with the fishes as he enjoys watching trout adapt to their new home.
Trout are being stocked and the crowds are gathering to get a look at the thousands of trout being placed in the lake.
The beginning of trout fishing has started and the ice is no barrier for a true fisherman.
Preschool soccer clinic invites kids to associate with other children while learning to kick the ball into goals and to other people.
PARKS AND RECREATION (SUMMER)
Enjoying the spray park during the hot summer. Never a better time to cool off.
Hula Hooping at the All Camp Kids get together. These two decided to ride the hula hoop around like they were in a car together.
Disc Golf League starts the season competitive and enjoys it all the way through the trees..
Players put their Disc Golf separation anxiety to rest as they start the season strong.
Free Sailing lessons at the lake. Many came and many conquered.
The end of the day, time to rest in peace at your favorite lake location.
Concession workers working the ball games with a smile.
Tinman Triathlon, after swimming in the cold lake at 8 a.m. contestants jump on their bikes and then jog to the finish line.
Fishing for some is relaxation, for others it’s a lifestyle.
End of the day, a moment to get away.
All fun and games when it comes to a siege by water.