My shooting schedule of late has been severely curtailed by the weather. And that is a good thing. Sort of.
We desperately need rain in Texas and Mother Nature has provided a good number of days of rain over the last couple of weeks. The last time I shot out of a blind was back at Pedernales Falls SP on November 20th. The last shooting I've done anywhere was at Cook's Slough Nature Park in Uvalde a week later. And even that was an afternoon shoot that wedged between a pair of storms.
In the big picture I am not complaining at all. We need every drop we can get. Good rains now will help everything to grow in the spring which will also benefit everybody and everything.
I am working on two blind-related things. One is the blind out on the gulf coast that I still haven't been able to make positive contact on. The other is a follow-up on a set of images I saw out of a relatively new property and I'm trying to get in touch with the photographer who did them.
Also, if all works out this weekend I may even have an update on the blind at San Angelo State Park.