The Theory of Everything – All My Posts

The Theory of Everything – All My Posts

The Theory of Everything
The Theory of Everything – All My Posts
  • A Pittsburgh Visit – The River City April 13, 2017 A Pittsburgh visit may not be the first destination that comes to mind for tourists, but if you are presented with the opportunity, it is ...
  • Texas Deer Hunting November 23, 2016 The season for Texas deer hunting is in full swing. The bucks have entered the rut and now is the perfect time to bag a ...
  • Chisos Mountains Summer Rain September 11, 2016 Chisos Mountains Summer Rain has been kind to the Chihuahuan desert in the Big Bend region of Texas. As of this writing, the Chisos Mountains ...
  • Big Bend National Park Rainfall August 26, 2016 I have been asked about Big Bend National Park rainfall many times. Although it is a desert, the higher elevations can be surprisingly lush during ...
  • Chisos Mountain Summer Hike Loop – Big Bend National Park August 6, 2016 As a followup to a June 2016 trip, I needed to make a Chisos Mountain Summer Hike Loop. My June trip left me wanting more. ...
  • Chisos Mountain Panoramas July 3, 2016 On a recent trip to Big Bend National Park, I shot sequences that could be merged into Chisos Mountain Panoramas. The panos were stitched using ...
  • Chisos Mountain Summer Hike June 18, 2016 I needed to make a Chisos Mountain summer hike. My last trip was in the winter and I have been feeling the call of the mountains ...
  • Bullock Museum Photo Contest June 2, 2016 Bullock Museum Photo Contest – In honor of the 100th anniversary of the formation of the National Park Service, the Bullock Museum in Austin, Texas is ...
  • Big Bend Winter Hike May 14, 2016 A Big Bend Winter Hike can be a great way to start the New Year. With this in mind, I headed out of Houston with my ...
  • West Texas Hummingbirds October 25, 2015 West Texas Hummingbirds are some of the least understood populations of birds in the nation. Under the cooperation of Cornell Lab of Ornithology, West Texas ...
  • Texas Venison Chili September 15, 2015 The origin of Texas Venison Chili is full of lore and legend, but it may be that the dish originated in its earliest form near ...
  • Wings over Houston 2014 November 2, 2014 Wings over Houston 2014 is the latest in a series of annual events that I try to photo. The venue is Ellington Field on the ...
  • Texas Partial Solar Eclipse October 23, 2014 The table below was my guide for Houston, TX.The table below was my guide for Houston, TX.Texas Partial Solar Eclipse is a celestial event that ...
  • A Lower Sabine River Kayak Trip October 6, 2014 A Lower Sabine River Kayak Trip never entered my mind until a few friends proposed the idea a few months ago. The date was set ...
  • Sharp shinned Hawks in Houston September 13, 2014 Sharp shinned Hawks in Houston are a fairly common sight in Houston and coastal Texas. They are most common in migration and in winter, being unheard ...
  • Cooper’s Hawks in Houston July 26, 2014 Cooper’s Hawks in Houston are by no means rare. They are a very common migrant and winter visitor, along with their cousin the Sharp shinned ...
  • Mesquite Smoked Brisket July 4, 2014 Mesquite Smoked Brisket is a Texas tradition and what better day to render one out than the 4th of July. Since we aren’t having any ...
  • The Star Spangled Banner June 15, 2014 The Star Spangled Banner is an important part of our history and the song was based on an actual flag that flew over Ft. McHenry ...
  • Carolina Wrens in Texas May 10, 2014 The Carolina Wrens in Texas are a common sight and sound throughout the entire year. These resident and breeding birds visit my yard perpetually. They creep ...
  • Ovenbird in Texas April 30, 2014 An Ovenbird in Texas is not an uncommon sight during the migration season and tonight I had a small visitor to my patio. Ovenbirds are a ...