Fall at Garner State Park

Fall at Garner State Park – Texas Landscape Fall Prints and Canvas – The long branches of the cypress trees stretch out their limbs over the Frio river as it flows downstream toward the Old Baldy before it makes a turn downstream. You can see the fall rusty red colors in the cypress trees along the bank of the Frio. The sun was shining on the other side and you can see the color changes of the maples and reflect the colors back into the waters. After some heavy rains the water was flowing on the Frio river through Garner State Park so the cypress were in the water so I waded out into the cold waters and capture this image so I could capture Old Baldy in the back ground in this photo.

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Fall at Garner State Park – Texas Landscape Fall Prints and Canvas – The long branches of the cypress trees stretch out their limbs over the Frio river as it flows downstream toward the Old Baldy before it makes a turn downstream. You can see the fall rusty red colors in the cypress trees along the bank of the Frio. The sun was shining on the other side and you can see the color changes of the maples and reflect the colors back into the waters. After some heavy rains the water was flowing on the Frio river through Garner State Park so the cypress were in the water so I waded out into the cold waters and capture this image so I could capture Old Baldy in the back ground in this Texas Hill country photo.

Ozarks Covered Bridge in Fall

Ozarks Covered Bridge in Fall – We came across this covered bridge in the back road of the Ozarks with it fall orange colors of the maples were on display next to the covered bridge that crossed over the Buffalo River. There is a mix of orange, reds, and green from the pine nearby to give this capture a cool fall vibe.The Buffalo River, located in Northern Arkansas, was the first National River to be designated in the United States. The Buffalo River is 153 miles long. In my neck of the woods you don’t come across these wonderful coverered bridges so it was a cool find. On the back roads of the national forest you come across so many different thing along with the added bonus of a bridge almost in the middle of nowhere in it nature state and still be used.

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Ozarks Covered Bridge in Fall : Prints Available

Ozarks Covered Bridge in Fall – We came across this covered bridge in the back road of the Ozarks with it fall colors oranges of the maples trees were on full display next to the covered bridge that crossed over the Buffalo River. There is a mix of orange, reds, and green from the pine trees nearby to give this capture a cool fall vibe.The Buffalo River, located in Northern Arkansas, was the first National River to be designated in the United States. The Buffalo River is 153 miles long. In my neck of the woods you don’t come across these wonderful coverered bridges so it was a cool find. On the back roads of the national forest you come across so many different thing along with the added bonus of a bridge almost in the middle of nowhere in it nature state and still be used.

Fall Aerial Austin Skyline

Another fall aerial view of Austin skyline from high up that captures the downtown and all the high rise buildings hugging the shoreline of Lady Bird Lake with the city in view. The water had this nice reflection of the clouds and high rise buildings reflected in the water along with the wonderful fall colors in the trees along the banks. This image capture this urban landscape of the Austin Skyline from the east side and shows some of the city’s tallest buildings like the Austonian, with the top of the Frost just barely peeking above the crowd along the shoreline. Until they finish the Independent the Austonian will remain the tallest in town at least for another year or more. Austin is the fastest growing city in the US and the 11th most populous city and is the seat of the Texas State Capitol. At the last census this urban city had a population of just over 947,000 and growing.

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Austin Skyline Fall View – Another aerial view of Austin skyline fall from higher that captures the downtown and all the high rise buildings hugging the shoreline of Lady Bird Lake with the city in view. Again the water had this nice reflection of the clouds and high rise buildings reflected in the water along with the wonderful fall colors in the trees along the banks. This image capture this urban landscape of the Austin Skyline in fall from the east side and shows some of the citys tallest buildings like the Austonian, with the top of the Frost just barely peeking above the crowd along the shoreline. Until they finish the Independent the Austonian will remain the tallest in town at least for another year or more. Austin is the fastest growing city in the US and the 11th most populous city and is the seat of the Texas State Capitol. At the last census this urban city had a population of just over 947,000 and growing. Austin skyline is my favorite city to photograph if only it would stop growing so fast, we have constant cranes in our skyline. Austin skyline stock.

 

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Austin Skyline Reflection

Best Fall Images in the Texas Hill Country at Garner State Park and Concan Texas

Check out these seasonal fall colors among the trees along the Frio river in the Texas Hill Country. These images were taken in Concan and Garner State Park in the Texas hill country along the Frio river as the leave were changing colors on the maple and cypress trees last year. Concan is a small community in Uvalde County in the southwestern portion of the Hill Country of Texas. It sits along the Frio River close to Garner State Park. Every year it is a popular spot for summer vacationers. Garner State Park is located in the community of Concan,Texas. Garner State Park, is the most popular state park in Texas for vacationers. If you want to get one of the cabins or shelters here you better make your reservation early or you might now be able to get one. Even for campers the park fills up during peak season before noon on many days. As a child we went there almost every year for three weeks every summer and they were some of the best vacation times in my memory. The park has lots to do in the area you can swim, kayak, paddle boat, hike, bird watch, horseback riding, bike or explore the area around the park. One of the most popular thing that draw the locals to the park is the nightly dances at the pavillion beginning in the spring and summer. You don’t need to stay in the park there are plenty of other places in Concan to camp or stay along the Frio River but again if you plan a vacation there in the summer peak season you better plan it early to make your reservation. The word Frio is the Spanish word for cold, so keep that in mind before you jump in to the river. The Frio river is to me one of the pretties rivers with it clear emerald waters in Texas.

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Cypress Along the Frio : Prints Available

Garner State Park in the fall with the large cypress with their fall colors angainst the blue green waters of the Frio River can be a magical site.

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Old Baldy View : Prints Available

Old Baldy View – Garner State Park landscape with Old Baldy Peak as the Frio River flows over the dam down toward Con Can with the fall colors of the trees along the way.

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Scenic Fall Colors Along the Frio : Prints Available

We capture this wonderful landscape with this cypress tree with it roots reaching out into the clear emerald waters along the Frio River. Garner State Park is very unique place with it emerald green clear waters of the Frio River as it flows through the canyons of the Texas Hill Country. This place is an excellent place to be on a hot summer day. However it can be just a beautiful on a fall day with the colorful fall colors of the cypress trees and maples along the river with the emerald green waters. This is one of the most scenic places in Texas.

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Paddle Boats at Garner State Park : Prints Available

Garner State Park paddle boats wait on customers on the wonderful clear Frio river on this nice fall day. Fall is such a wonderful time to visit the park as the waters with their reflection and  the cypress trees wonderful fall foliage in the landscape and early morning is such a tranquil time.