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Basket Flowers are some of my favorites, easily mistaken for thistles, but take another look, they don’t have stickers, the flowers are about twice as large and the fragrance is very sweet. Basket Flowers line the Highways and Pastures of central Texas from May to July and sometimes form huge colonies.

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This old Case Tractor is in front of Joe Bland’s Tractor Sales in Valley Mills, Texas. Joe’s place provided me with the idea for my print “Junior’s” I thought an Iron Tractor belonged with Iron Weed which is the flower shown here that is a very showy late summer bloomer.

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This stone house is just north of Marble Falls and lots of folks stop to photograph it in the springtime when the Bluebonnets are blooming. I can't count the number of folks that have asked me if I have painted it so I finally did!

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Windmills have always been a favorite subject for me. They were a lifeline for the early settlers and with the invention of the electric pump, seemed destined to becoming an obsolete part of our vanishing rural scene. Now, due to our energy problems, many of the old Windmill companies have resumed production and we will have these graceful machines to enjoy for many more years. This fine Windmill is on the Anchor X Ranch, the scene for two of my previous Lithographs!

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This was inspired on my morning walk with my dogs! This sunlit road leads to the back of our house but I made a few changes. I painted our house from the front and changed our garage to a Barn.

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Coffee's on and a new day is in the making. Every morning is a great occasion, but those with misty ground fog are especially inspiring as the light seems to awaken the sleeping landscape in slow motion.

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Wild Turkeys are very abundant in Central Texas but if you go looking for them you will probably be disappointed. However if you are only looking for "a nice tree" to paint you might just stumble on to a flock of Wild Turkeys. Observe quickly because they won't say put for long!

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This title is the result of my annual contest to name one of my Paintings. This scene was inspired out at our Ranch by the Longhorn Drinking at the Edge of our Stock Tank and I added the others and cleaned up the background a little!

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This is Neal's Creek which marks the back property line of our Bosque County ranch. We frequently walk along the creek and are always inspired by the ever changing streambed and the wild life that depend on its waters.

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At a time when most people would be watching the threatening sky, I saw shadows weaving a web around a barn.

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The Road and Butte are west of Rock springs, Texas and the old Ford Truck and Tree were between Kerrville and Vanderpool, Texas and They all seemed to go together.

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This is one of the Ferries at Port Aransas and I was riding back and forth trying to photograph the Dolphins that always follow the Ferry.As I was watching the Fins rise in the water, I suddenly got the idea to load the Ferry with 50's cars showing their fins. I was wondering if I could work old cars into a Seacoast Calendar!

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I had a contest in my spring newsletter to name this painting, not knowing that I would have to decide from over 500 suggestions. This title became appropriate because of the Longhorn having to decide whether to stay in the pasture or navigate the rocks to water and my having to choose a name for this print!

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This Majestic Live Oak is near the Rodeo Arena at Dripping Springs and I decided to just paint the tree without much of a background. There is a Cardinal in the tree and that should explain the title of this Painting

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(Written in 1977) The early morning light frequently illuminated these two trees that stood beside the street on the way to my Daughter's school and many times reminded me of driving along the Colorado River watching the waterfowl rise up from the morning mist. The Live Oak Decline, a fatal tree disease, claimed these two fine oaks this year.

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I was waiting at the Goose Island State Park Boat Landing for Chuck Naiser to arrive with his boat to go looking for Whooping Cranes. At first light II watched these White Pelicans fly closer and closer until they landed in the water right in front of me. I wondered if the one going in a different direction from the others was the leader or just a non conformist!

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This painting was inspired right out my back door here at the Ranch after one of our Spring Storms. I made up everything else in this picture except the sky!

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A rainbow is one of those spectacular things in nature that even the worst grouch in the world has to admit to enjoying. I've seen a lot of rainbows and the brightest are always in late afternoon!

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This Title is the result of my 2009 Contest to Name this Painting and the winning title was submitted by Carolyn Barnett of Wimberly, Texas! I found this grove of live oaks just off of State Highway 123 north of Czestochowa, Texas complete with the Cattle which I changed to White Faced Herefords for more visibility. I added the Bluebonnets, Cactus and little red roofed house!

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I was driving down the highway when I happened to glance to the side and see a couple of farmers on their modern tractors talking over the fence. I thought this had some potential so I recomposed the scene using a couple of antique tractors that I saw at the Hamilton Antique Tractor Pull. For those of you who arent into Antique Tractors the Rivalry between the fans of John Deere (Green Tractor) and Farmall (Red Tractor) is sometimes quite intense. So if these two guys with their extreme differences of opinion can be friends, why can't those Muslims and Jews get along?

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