White Rock Lake

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Not Alone

Not Alone

Commentary These little trails have always intrigued me, be they in the mountains or in a local park. Why do they evoke such strong emotion? Seriously... I took the photo, walked another 200 yards, and sat down on a park bench to edit the photo and pen a few words ...
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Simple Pleasure

Simple Pleasure

Commentary There must have been some interesting conditions in the sky over Dallas yesterday. A little after I took this photo of clouds with finger-like extensions, I noticed the formation of mammatus clouds* a little to the East. So, I wanted to share the photograph, and to confess that I ...
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Reflection Inversion

Reflection Inversion

This is the stream that runs down from Norbuck Park and feeds into White Rock Creek before it enters White Rock Lake. I pass by this on my frequent walks over to Flagpole Hill. One day, I stopped, sat down on the bridge, and started filming. For interest, I tossed ...
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After Heavy Rain

After Heavy Rain

I took a half-mile detour to capture this image on yesterday's long hike, knowing that a poem was brewing. Storms should never be wasted ...
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Lake Images With Poetry

Not Alone

Not Alone

Commentary These little trails have always intrigued me, be they in the mountains or in a local park. Why do they evoke such strong emotion? Seriously... I took the photo, walked another 200 yards, and sat down on a park bench to edit the photo and pen a few words ...
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Messy Life; Pristine Death

Messy Life; Pristine Death

MORE FROM MY BRAIN'S LEFT SIDE... This poem is about healthy authenticity. I'm not going to beat up on a certain tourist attraction here in Dallas. My wife walks there most mornings. But when I join her there, I do sometimes wonder, "Where are the mosquitoes?" "Where are the bees, ...
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Wistful Grace

Wistful Grace

Commentary A few years ago, when I went full-time with my web business and suddenly had plenty of time on my hands, I began taking walks around White Rock Lake. Sometimes it was from a parking lot (a 9 miles hike) and sometimes from home (a 12 miles hike). That ...
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Simple Pleasure

Simple Pleasure

Commentary There must have been some interesting conditions in the sky over Dallas yesterday. A little after I took this photo of clouds with finger-like extensions, I noticed the formation of mammatus clouds* a little to the East. So, I wanted to share the photograph, and to confess that I ...
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