I love outdoor art. Here are a few pieces in the Mueller neighborhood.
Geode by Hunter Cross
I love this spider. You can see the size of it when you compare it to a fellow hiker reading about the sculpture in the bottom right corner of the photo.
Spider by Dixie Friend Gay
I passed by this artwork early in the morning. When I looked it up online, I found photos of it open. It is solar powered. I’ll have to go back and check it out in full sun.
Dance of the Cosmos by Jennifer Chenoweth
I particularly like finding flowers with friends. I photographed this pair early in the morning.
I manipulated it in Lightroom by toning down the clarity. (I love the “Clarity” feature in Lightroom.) When I increase the clarity I am amazed at the amount of detail that shows up. This time, however, I decreased the clarity as far as it could go, giving the photograph a somewhat dreamy look.
Take a photo, copy it, flip it, overlay it on top of the original.
Use this graffiti . . .
and get this.
Tractor 1, take 1.
Tractor 1, take 2.
Tractor 2, take 1.
Tractor 2, take 2.
Sunflower and spider friend.
Double them up.
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I have discovered the side view. Not sure what this spider is doing.
At Wildseed Farms, Fredericksburg, Texas
From a recent hike at Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve.