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Window on Texas: Macro Photography

Texas Highways Photo Editor Griff Smith demonstrates how to take crisp close-up pictures, even using a point-and-shoot camera.

Panther Cave: Rock Art in Danger

In the dramatically scenic canyon of the Lower Pecos River, where ancient limestone cliffs rise steeply above from the water’s…

Wings of Spring

Portraits of Migratory and Resident Birds in the Hill CountryBy E. Dan Klepper  Birding enthusiasts recognize the Texas Hill Country…

Daytripper with Chet Garner: Huntsville

  For some, the idea of spending time in Huntsville conjures up images of a striped jumpsuit, two matching metal…

Window on Texas: Composition

Texas Highways Photo Editor Griff Smith shares some methods to improve the composition of your pictures. Recorded at Baylor University's…

Daytripper with Chet Garner: Mineral Wells

In Mineral Wells, something is definitely in the water—something ”Crazy” that once turned this north-central Texas town into an international…

Quirky Quarters

Sometimes when I travel and look for a place to stay, I just need a shower and a bed. But…

Window on Texas: Dramatic Lighting

Texas Highways Photo Editor Griff Smith starts a new series to share easy tips and tricks to take better pictures…

Daytripper with Chet Garner: Lake Buchanan

You can’t blame Texans for flocking lakeside during our blistering Texas summers. However, we shouldn’t be so quick to forget…

Daytripper with Chet Garner: Fredericksburg

Sweeping hills, giant platters of sausage and kraut, overflowing beer steins, and hefty men clad in lederhosen playing polka till…

Caddo Country

Long burined beneath mysterious earthen mounds and lost within dense forests and hidden glades, remnants of an ancient mound-building civilization…

Weekender: Smithville, Movietown Megalopolis

Could Smithville, the Central Texas crossroads that calls itself “Heart of the Megalopolis,” soon change its slogan to “Movietown Megalopolis?”…
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