When you take more than 700 photos in roughly five hours -- as I did on April 18 during the Ennis Bluebonnet Trails Festival -- you end up with some that you really like that don't fit neatly into any sort of broader category. I wrap up my posts about the festival with those shots.
shooting the sunrise I took FM 660 to connect to Union Hill Road. As I was driving I was struck by a pair of large spider webs, covered in tiny water droplets from the previous evening's rain and glistening in the early morning sun. Shooting the first one I thought the background might be too busy ...
Union Hill Cemetery. I trudged through the soaking wet grass looking for some interesting old headstones, and wasn't disappointed. This one appears to date back to 1891.
Thoroughly satisfied with my inaugural trip to Ennis, and very much looking forward to returning for the 2016 festival!