As an amateur photographer, I understand the phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words,” especially when it comes to sunrises and sunsets. I’m blessed to have experienced many over my years in the Texas.
While lots of folks I know like to sleep in, many of my photos show reasons why I choose to wake up early when I’m traveling or even at home. I thought I’d share some of my favorites from the seven regions of Texas.
Big Bend Region
Gulf Coast Region
Hill Country Region
Panhandle Plains Region
Piney Woods Region
Prairies and Lakes Region
South Texas Plains Region
Scenes from the Official World Headquarters
So whether it’s early morning or late evening, wherever you are when visiting the Lone Star State, make sure to take the time to walk outside and catch the rays, whether coming or going. It’ll be worth it.
I’ve worked in the travel industry for more than 25 years and I’ve been known to wander all my life. I’ve lived in more than 20 cities and towns and had the opportunity to experience a variety of people and places, introducing me to different cultures and allowing me to make friends along the way. I also majored in English in college. I don’t claim to be an excellent writer, proofreader, or grammar queen. I’m an amateur photographer and enjoy sharing the beauty of places I visit and and where I live.
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Diann – These are all fantastic! The sunset outside Del Rio might be my favorite, but it’s hard to pick just one. The sunrise at Port Aransas is breathtaking. The ones from “your backyard” are awesome! Well done!