This is East Texas

By: wanderingtexgrrl , 8:33 PM GMT on December 12, 2005

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I am putting together a sampling of what Texas is all about, its rugged beauty and variety of terrain. It has it all, mountains, beaches, forests, prairies, deserts, and of course big cities. As I find them I will be adding them to this blog, so this will be a work in progress for a little while.

I consider East Texas to be from Texarkana down roughly to the north Houston area extending only about 200 miles to the west.
My home is in a transistion area between central and east Texas but it is formally considered East Texas.

Blazing Fence Lines (parkspics)
The fence lines and ditches become a blaze of color as the sun lights up the dew covering this mauve colored grass
Blazing Fence Lines
Azalea Wunder (BarnCat)
Azalea and Spring Flower Trail
Azalea Wunder
Masses of Daffodils (SeniorTexan)
A sweet aroma for the eyes....
Masses of Daffodils
Evening Green (wanderingtexgrrl)
This is the Caney Creek that flows through the ranch and dairy lands of Hopkins County Texas. I noticed today that the water was covered solid with a light green algae most likely from the lack of rain and stagnation. So, I stopped a few times to take a shot of it over the bridge, I have never seen so much green! This is my evening photo, it looked entirely different in the morning.
Evening Green
Tyler Azalea Tour (Silversurfer)
The Azaleas are Breathtaking
Tyler Azalea Tour
Footbridge (surgerynurse)
Taken in Rusk, Texas. This is the said to be the longest footbridge in the Nation.
Footbridge
Some Oaks at League City, TX (suemom)
Ancient Oaks lined up down the street
Some Oaks at League City, TX
Azaleas (suemom)
A Mass of azaleas
Azaleas
Sunset (suemom)
Beautiful ending to a beautiful day
Sunset

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2. WardKendall
4:06 AM GMT on November 19, 2012
Those are some inspiring photographs. Only California offers the same variety of "mountains, beaches, forests, prairies, deserts, and of course big cities". And though I live in California, I'm a native Texan. Hope you add more scenic pictures!








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1. JAYHAWK48
1:27 PM GMT on August 20, 2006
I really love these shots. Charles
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