East and West of Eden

Texas is home.  I have been traveling through Texas these days and falling deeply in love with the land all over again. The landscapes that change drastically every four hours inspire stories and make me swoon.  We did end up stuck in a ditch after trying to back up my car in an attempt to photograph a herd of lazy cows. We were quickly helped out by a sweet passerby. Eventually, the entire neighborhood turned up to help. Texans.


Blogger claudia said...


Wednesday, April 27, 2011  
Anonymous Francesca said...

Oh, that's what tractors are for!:) Gorgeous photos of Texas.

Friday, April 29, 2011  
Blogger Missa said...

Yay for big blue tractors that save the day! So, did you get a good shot of the lazy cows?

Wow, big news about the move, can't wait to see what sorts of adventures life will bring! What will you do with your chickens?

Saturday, April 30, 2011  
Blogger Dar said...

Stunning landscapes! Looks like you got stuck in just the right place ;)

Saturday, April 30, 2011  
Blogger sally said...

that red dirt road makes me think of gillian welch's "red clay halo" -- do you know that song? love it! i've never seen such a road in person myself! love that your travels are reconnecting you to your land. :)

Friday, May 27, 2011  

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