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This is South Texas

By: wanderingtexgrrl , 6:30 PM GMT on December 12, 2005

Since my "This is Texas" entry seems to be bulging at the seams making it a loading nightmare for many people, I am going to reorganize it into 5 sections. I will start putting photos into their respective regions, and in Texas that would have to be at least 5. East, West, North, South and Central.

South Texas I consider to be the far SE tip of Texas along the gulf coast and places west of that along the Mexican border until you arrive near the Big Bend area roughly. These are more topgraphic regions than a literal position on a map. Some of these locations are not well defined, for example I could put San Antonio in either South or Central Texas.

Road Ends (Billl)
No, this is not snow.....It is sand. At the north end of the road on South Padre Island, Texas the road just ends in the sand.
Road Ends
South Padre Island, Texas (pixphotos)
South Padre Island, Texas
Downtown Paradise (TAP)
The Riverwalk in San Antonio.
Downtown Paradise
Sunny day in South Texas (TexasKeyLady)
This field of sunflowers is a pleasure to see. It won't be long before they are harvested.
Sunny day in South Texas
Houston TX (ajjrover)
Houston TX
Storm over Belton seen from Georgetown (tonkawa)
Storm over Belton seen from the south in Georgetown, TX. NWS warning cited a tornado on the ground reported by trained spotters.
Storm over Belton seen from Georgetown
Big Bend Frost (bernntom)
Early frost at the Chisos Basin in Big Bend National Park
Big Bend Frost
San Antonio's River Walk On New Years (barbaras)
It was a warm New Year's Eve and Day here in South Texas. Actually, it's been unseasonably warm here for the past couple of months!
San Antonio's River Walk   On New Years
Sunrise Over Lake Falcon (handyrich)
Sunrise through the fog on Lake Falcon
Sunrise Over Lake Falcon
San Antonio, Texas river walk (Layout1)
Hard Rock cafe on the river walk. For those of you who have never visited San Antonio and have the time really need to visit the River Walk. She, the river, actually flows about 15 feet below street level.
San Antonio, Texas river walk
Bluebonnets2 and Century Plant (GKP)
I thought this morning I would share the bluebonnets from my park and trails. This is 2 1/2 acres in bluebonnets. All the landscaping is natural and trails cut all in the acreage.
Bluebonnets2 and Century Plant

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2. wanderingtexgrrl
10:55 PM GMT on March 20, 2006
Andjeroo, Thanks for recommeneding Glenda's work for the blog. In truth, I did search her gallery early on for scenery only, since that is my objective here and had a hard time finding only landscapes. Most of her photos show birds and up close views of flowers. But with a more recent search I did find one that I am happy to post to this section, her lovely bluebonnet photo.
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1. Andjeroo
1:01 AM GMT on March 18, 2006
Great selection of photos!

I would take a look at some of GKP's photos! She takes absolutely stunning photos of South Texas wildlife and scenery! (She lives in Port Lavaca, which is just North of Corpus)

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