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Voces de Ambos Lados

Yesterday was the third annual Voices on Both Sides gathering at the historic Lajitas Crossing. It was a celebration of the connections and friendships that exist between the communities of Terlingua and Lajitas on the Texas side and Paso Lajitas on the Mexican side of the Rio Grande. 646 more words


An announcement

I just received word that this photo – “In a ghost town, do ghosts go to church?” – was accepted into the Texas Photographic Society’s International Show! 108 more words


Tube Training

911 ambulance work can be diverse, challenging, and completely unpredictable in any setting, but in the Big Bend, with the nearest hospital is 80 to 100 miles away, we possibly have one of the longest 911 transports in the U.S. 375 more words


From Llamas to Longhorns, Lemons, and Limes

After many gloomy days of drizzle and rain at home in southeast Texas, I woke up this morning to a shiny day in New Braunfels, TX. 288 more words


Destruction is close at hand...

…and up the hill, a church.

Terlingua, Texas
photographed 1.20.2013


An Invisible History

Over 20 years ago, while hiking across a mesa in Big Bend National Park, I found a massive old corral made with dry stacked rock walls that were almost four feet thick and five feet tall. 455 more words