Top landscape panorama images from Texas - The following collection of landscape image are our most popular and favorite panoramas from rural Texas. A panoramic image, made from multiple shots merged together and can be far more impressive and dramatic than a single photo taken with a wide-angle lens. A standard single shot image will have a aspect ratio of the width to height of 3:2, 4:3 or 4:5 depending on the image sensor sized used on most cameras, we use full frame cameras with a 3:2 aspect ratio. A typical panorama image has a image aspect ratio of the of 3:1.
Texas Hill Country River Sunset Pano
Texas Hill Country River Sunset Pano -
Texas hill country river sunset panorama landscape. The sun was just setting and back lit these clouds which were reflected nicely into the water along the river. The pedernales river is a tributary of the Colorado river and flows approximately 106 miles into Central Texas region. The river flow through the hill country from springs near Kimble County east through Fredericksburg through Blanco County through Stonewall, Johnson City, and continues it flow into Lake Travis on the west side of Travis County in Central Texas. We got some nice colors in the sky as the sun set through the trees along the banks in this rural texas landscapes scene. This has been one of our most popular image of landscapes of Texas. Also available in other sizes.
Palo Duro Canyon Lighthouse Sunset Pano
Palo Duro Canyon Lighthouse Sunset Pano - I started out at the the trail head for the Lighthouse at Palo Duro Canyon State Park and as I was moving down the lighthouse trail up and down across washes and old river beds it was more difficult than anticipated especially with 40 pounds of camera gear and tripod. The hike to the Lighthouse rock is a 6 mile round trip and I had to cross many dry river bed washes and rocky terrain then up and down so not an easy trek, but got through after a couple of hours one way. My plan was to catch a sunset so it would reguire walking back in the dark so you want to get every last shot you can. Once I got to the trail lighthouse and rested up a bit I climb up to a higher rocky platform level to capture this image of the lighthouse with some nice clouds in a panorama at sunset. To the north when I first got here there was some really dark skies to the north and it briefly rained but I was not detered. Storms I have found can make some skies afterward so after the rain passed I started taking photos right as the sunset started going down with these cloudy skies. The palo duro canyon capitol was formed millions of years ago by water, wind erosion. Water erosion over the millennia has shaped the canyon's geological formations. Palo Duro Canyon was formed by water erosion from the Red River. The water deepens the canyon by moving sediment downstream. Wind and water erosion gradually widen the canyon. Now I can say when it come to wind this whole area of the Texas Panhandle was so windy so this is not a shock. Most of the terrain in the panhandle is very flat and as you drive up to the state park you start to see some major changes in the landscape from flat to big wide gullies until you get into the park. There you can see for a good distance across the vast area of the canyons with peak and valleys. Palo Duro Canyon is the second largest canyon in the United States with the largest being the Grand Canyon in Arizona. Many call this the texas grand canyons.
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Bluebonnets Sunset Landscape Pano
Bluebonnets Sunset Landscape Pano - This is a panorama bluebonnet landscape we took of a wonderful field of texas bluebonnets at Muleshoe Bend Park at sunset on Lake Travis along the Colorado river outside of Austin TX. You can see the nice sky with a big orange and yellow sun casting it glow over the landscape with nothing but endless blue bonnets as far as the eye can see. The lake has been down for years but the following year the lake levels increase back to normal so the bluebonnets area in these photos are now under water. These incredible Texas fields of bluebonnets were short lived but they were a site to see when they were here at least for a few years. We were extremely lucky to have been there to capture these fields of bluebonnets for the first time ever at Muleshoe Park. 8716
Pedernales Falls Panorama
Pedernales Falls Panorama - Pedernales Falls located in the Texas Hill country in Blanco county near Johnson City. We have had an excess of rain this spring and June was no exception so a trip to the pedernales river was on our bucket list. It has been overcast and raining almost daily it seems for the entire month. As soon as I heard the forcast call for clearing of the skies I got down to the Pedernales Fall State Park right before sunset and hiked over bouders, and slabs of granite the size of my house and finally found a spot to capture some images of the water as it flowed over through this shoot and the cloud in the sky went wild for a brief moment. I used a long exposure to capture that smooth flowing waters as it cascaded down over the rocks. The park is located in the Texas hill country near Johnson City TX. The Pedernales Falls State Park is a great place to hike and fish and swim when the water is not flowing so fast. Right now the water is running to fast to swim, but I am sure this will not last long as there are two things you can be sure of in Texas is flooding and then drought. Summer is just begining so we will probaly have a slow down of the rain in the coming weeks.
Fiery Sunset over Wildflower Panorama
Fiery Sunset over Wildflower Panorama - We were so lucky to of found this wonderful field of Texas wildflowers on the back roads of Texas in a panorama. It was the perfect blend of bluebonnets and indian paintbrush we have seen this year not to mention a great sunset that lit up the sky after it went down. We had been here earlier in the day and took several shots but decided we would come back for sunset and I am so glad we did it turn out beautiful. Just a big beautiful field of red and blue with so many texas bluebonnets and indian paintbrushes in a big field at sunset, what could make for a better capture for 2023.
Texas Colorful Sunrise Port A Caldwell Pier Pano
Texas Colorful Sunrise Port A Caldwell Pier Pano -
We spent a week at our friend house in Port A Texas and capture this image of Caldwell fishing pier shortly before sunrise as a panorama. You never know what you will get along the Texas gulf coast along the beach. Port Aranassa Pass is just across the ferry and about thirty minutes from Corpus Christi. Heading toward Corpus Christi you can get to mustang island, along with the North Padre National Seashore. Since covid had reared it ugly head it has been hard to go places like we had before so this trip worked out perfectly. We liked the gentle tide from the long exposure in this colorful panorama under the caldwell pier. The gulf of mexico surf was was running kind of high so doing a long exposure created this smooth waves across the sand. This whole area is part of the mustang island and padre island seashore that run from Port A to the Mexico border.
Bluebonnet Golden Sunset Pano
Bluebonnets Golden Sunset Pano -Texas Bluebonnets Pictures - A great field of Texas bluebonnets at sunset with this nice golden glow was probably the last we will see around the Texas Hill Country for this year. This field of Texas bluebonnets looked like waves of blue flowers in this field and the sunset cast this nice golden and reddish glow over the field of these bluebonnets wildflowers in the Texas hill country. The texas bluebonnets are some of the most popular things to see every spring in the Texas hill country people come from all over to see them. To see more of our texas bluebonnets check out our gallery of texas bluebonnets wildflowers.
Scenic Fall Texas Hill Country Pano
Scenic Fall Texas Hill Country Pano - We capture this scenic fall frio river pano on our first trip this year into the hill country to capture the autumn season in Garner State Park. The image of of Bald cypress were turning different shades of orange to rusty red color for the fall season the water picked up these wonderful reflections of the trees and old baldy. In the Texas hill country, we don't have a big fall season but this year turn our very nice. In the Texas Hill country depending on weather condition we can get some nice autumn colors. In Texas we go from drought to floods not to mention the temperature can affect the color changes in fall. So if our summers or not too bad and we get a little rain then we can see some colors changes on some years. Many years the leave just fall off because of drought conditions. Luckily for us this year looks like we are getting some nice color. Getting to the park when it open was the best time to capture the best light. I had waded out into the cold Frio River to get this image of the cypress along the Frio river and old baldy with these great reflections. So I got my bathing suit on and waded into the cold Frio river to capture this image. The light was soft, and with no wind the water was still and we captured some excellent reflections of the bald cypress and old baldy down the Frio River in the Garner with nice blue skies and whispy clouds. Cypress trees turn a golden shade and then turn orange to a rusty red right before they go brown and fall off. Garner State Park is a popular park and it visited year round by many people in some cases they close the park before noon for day visiters especially in the summer time. My favorite time is fall it just so peaceful this time of year.
Hill Country Bluebonnet Sunset Pano 2823
Hill Country Bluebonnet Sunset Pano 2823 - A good size field of texas bluebonnets on this hill side just as the sunset through the trees make for a wonderful capture in this panorama. We found this spot and continued to wait till the twinkle of sunset began to come through and the sky was beging to show it sunset colors. It is located along lake travis with a good bunch of texas bluebonnets for this year. Some refer to these as lupines what ever you call them it all works.
Lake Travis Sunrise Pano
Lake Travis Sunrise Pano - We capture the sunrise over this marina on Lake Travis outside of Austin in the Texas hill country. The water was perfectly still and just as the sky begins to light up with these wonderful colors of reds, pinks, orange, and deep blues it back lit the colorful clouds in the lake and with enough light to see these sailboats with boat and cloud reflections in the calm water. It is seldom that the water is still enough to get good reflections of these sailboats at the marina, but today it work out well today. This was our second trip to this spot as the week before there were no clouds but both images turned out well. We were able to capture the sailboats all lined up with their mast reflecting in the smooth waters of Lake Travis with the sky reflected into the waters. Lake Travis is located in Travis county about a thirty minute drive from downtown Austin Texas, of course it depends on what time of day you travel it could be up to an hour and half at peak traffic times. Lake Travis is considered part of the Texas hill country which goes for over a thousand miles. B Austin share Lake travis with several smaller cities like Lakeway, Lago Vista, Leander and many other unincorporated areas. The Texas Hill Country begins in the north where the rolling plains and prairies ends at the Balcones Escarpment in the south and east and extends west to Edwards Plateau. San Antonio and Austin are the two largest citys in the Texas hill country. The Austin area has been steadly growning at a record pace for some time so it is not common to be able to capture any place that is not full of people and boats coming and going. Thats why early morning is the perfect time, yet where we live on the lake it not possible to get this still waters, because the fishermen are speeding up and down the lake at breakneck speed to get to that favorite fishing hole long before the sun comes up.
The Road to Chisos Pano
The Road to Chisos Pano - Big Bend National Park Chisos Mountain Range
We capture this pano as we turned onto the Ross Maxwell Scenic drive in Big Bend National Park. We love the look of the road as it led into the Chisos Mountain Range in Big Bend National Park nice shadow from the the clouds overhead. We had some nice clouds and it frame the image just as we turned so that it seemed we would drive straight into the the Window from the other side of the Chisos Mountains in west Texas. This mountain range was created by a volcano millions of years ago which has now gone extinct. When you go into the Chisos Mountains and come to the Chisos Lodge you are in the actual volcano it an extinct so no worries. This is a three to one panorama so it can go big with the highest quality. Also available in a two to one panorama and a large 4 x1 version and in black and white.
Texas Reds - Firewheels Wildflowers Sunset Pano
Texas Reds - Firewheels Wildflowers Sunset Pano - These beautiful Texas red firewheels or indian blankets with some horse mint wildflowers mixed in makes for a perfect sunset over this wildflower panorama in the Texas hill country. This lovely pecan tree was surrounded by a meadow of Texas red firewheels or indian blankets wildflowers as they are also called. The weather has been overcast for weeks now and we haven't been able to capture these wonderful indian paintbrush in this pasture of Texas wildflowers with enough sun to do them justice. Today we actually saw the sun which brighten up these beauties in this field of wildflowers at the base of this pecan tree in the Texas hill country. The indian blankets got the name because they appeared to blanket an area with colors that were seen in many native americans blankets. Red and yellow were the most likely colors for these wildflower even though they can be completely yellow. The colors range from red leaves with the tips being yellow and or more yellow and less red it all depends, but they are all great. They stand about two feet tall that where they get the name indian blankets as they can cover an area like a blanket with the reds and yellow common in the indian blankets seen in shops. Gaillardia pulchella is a North American species of short-lived perennial or annual flowering plants in the sunflower family that are drought tolerant that grow very well in the Texas hill country every spring.
Golden Glow over Bluebonnets Panorama
Golden Glow over Bluebonnets Panorama - A golden glow in the sky as the sun set over this field of Texas Bluebonnet. We had taken shots of this wonderful field of Texas bluebonnets at sunset but something said hang around and we did. The sky errupted with wonderful colors shortly after sunset over this field of bluebonnet wildflowers in the Texas hill country along lake travis. We had this wonderful golden glow after sunset that gave us this very nice capture of bluebonnet pictures in a panorama photo. It was one of those kind of sunset colors you love with the warm yellow or golden color against blue sky and a big field of texas bluebonnets. This park is located in the Texas hill country along lake travis. This is a LCRA park called Turkey Bend that sometimes has wildflowers in Burnet county. For more bluebonnet images check out our collections of Texas hill country bluebonnet gallery