I was roaming the limestone hills of the Texas Hill Country and playing in its spring-fed creeks long before I had any concept of what its name meant. To me it was, simply, home. It is where I learned to love the natural world and everything within it.
As I matured I wanted to explore more of it, and I came to know places like Enchanted Rock, Pedernales Falls, Colorado Bend, Inks Lake, Garner, and Lost Maples. These places, and others, have become the principal muses along my life’s journey. They have not only been sources of inspiration, but have also helped me to convey ideas I have had and emotions I have felt.
These images are more than photographs of creeks and flowers and trees. They are connections between a man and the land; land that means more to me than any other ever will. They are expressions of love for it. I hope they do it justice.