Not having my own Texas photos, nor any river photos, I opted for lovely blue flowers that I saw in Dunedin Botanic Garden on 09 October 2020, which is spring in New Zealand. I can imagine this as a blue snail!
(head left-side of pic, shell in the middle, ‘tail’ to right).
Moving on to Texas Hill Country …
Recently, I really enjoyed a post by Linda Leinen.
Blogpost: Hill Country Rivers ~ The Sabinal
Linda included a wonderful photo: ‘Solitary Sabinal seeds’, copied here with permission.
–to see it full-size, larger than here, click on the photo – it links thru to her post.
Scroll down her post to the photo, then click on it for a very detailed view.
AND … after reading Linda’s post I did a search on ‘sabinal’ and chanced on a wonderful National Geographic video: Selah: Water from Stone /see how former Church’s Chicken CEO David Bamberger transformed a desert wasteland into a wildlife oasis. Texas Hill Country.
Beautiful story, lovely footage, and educational. I’d love to visit Texas!
Text by Liz, seed photo by Linda Leinen; Exploring Colour (2021)