Over the years, I’ve spent many hours enjoying the Texas Hill Country backroads and searching for wildflowers! Here are some of my favorite roads. FREDERICKSBURG (Gillespie County): A beautiful yellow field at Doss Texas. Photo taken 3/31/2015 by © KWeigand. – Fredericksburg to Doss, county roads around Doss, then Hwy 783 to Hwy 87 & Mason. – Hwy 87 from Fredericksburg to Mason. Esp closer … Continue reading The Hill Country Bluebonnet Trail – Fredericksburg, Mason, & Llano.
Here are a few more winter wonderland photos from Ruidoso, Cloudcroft, Ski Apache, and Sierra Blanca Mountain in New Mexico. It was just a few days after the December 2015 blizzard. Some of the photos from Ski Apache & Sierra Blanca mountain were taken by my daughter Ashley! Great shots Ashley!!! 🙂 © http://www.kathyweigand.com Reproductions prohibited. Do not reproduce (digital or … Continue reading New Mexico Winter Wonderland, Snow, Ski Apache, Cloudcroft, Ruidoso NM, Photography Photos
My daughter recently celebrated her 20th Birthday Party, and over the Holidays, we booked a little trip to Ruidoso, New Mexico. It turns out they had quite the snow storm the previous day, and by the time we traveled, most of the roads were plowed, and driving was safe. What a beautiful sight! We spent much of the day sightseeing near Ski Apache & the Mescalero Apache Reservation. The … Continue reading Ruidoso Cloudcroft New Mexico Snow Blizzard Photos
How to take better travel photos. Photographing the outdoors can be a challenge, especially if your on a limited time vacation schedule, and your family is traveling with you. I always have precious ‘family time’ with my family, but I also like to try & set aside some ‘photography time’, esp at sunset or sunrise. Often, my family will be asleep in the hotel room when I go out … Continue reading How to take better travel pictures. Photographing the Texas Coast, Boats, & Piers, by Kathy Weigand.
November means FALL COLORS here in the Texas Hill Country! The great Texas outdoors makes a perfect background for quality family portraits … for just the kids, or your entire family! And of course we can’t forget our four-legged friends such as dogs and horses too! We can meet you on your family ranch or property, or we have several locations that photograph great … Continue reading Fall Family Portraits at Lost Maples State Park
We just got back from our amazing, whirlwind trip to Ruidoso NM again over Thanksgiving – its one of our favorite get-a-ways! This tradition started several years ago after I first had some prints accepted into the Hubbard Museum of the American West annual photo print competition a few years back, and we went to Ruidoso to see the exhibit, now we visit as often … Continue reading Thanksgiving in Ruidoso New Mexico
Here in the Texas Hill Country, the Lost Maples State Park is a well-known hot spot each November for FALL COLORS! FALL FOLIAGE REPORT 1 DAY OPEN! CONTACT KATHY ASAP if you’d like to book your FALL FAMILY PORTRAITS at LOST MAPLES!!! Contact the studio to BUY these images as signed art prints or as digital stock photos & add some color to your business websites! … Continue reading Fall Foliage Report: Portraits at Lost Maples State Park + Vanderpool Texas
Cloud: Ambassador of America’s Wild Horses Cloud (the pale stallion on top of ridge), and his family enjoying the warm summer sun on top of Pryor Mountain, Montana. Pryor Mountain BLM area is on the border between Wyoming/Montana. When standing on Pryor Mountain, which is sacred ground to the Crow Nation, one almost feels like you’ve stepped back in time… its almost magical and its … Continue reading Do you know? … Cloud the Wild Stallion
I love traveling – especially through Wyoming/Montana/Colorado/ & the ROCKY MOUNTAINS! But as the only photographer in my family, it can be frustrating and tough convincing my family that we have to be at a certain location at sunset or sunrise for prime light! So, on one of our trips through the Tetons, we were running late and the lighting was ‘less than desirable’. Afterward, I … Continue reading Photography as Art – Going through my ‘Blue Period’
Taken near Ouray Colorado It may look warm in this photo, but the temp was around 15 degrees! That’s crazy cold for a Texan like me! We had arrived just before sunrise and I stayed out in the cold for most of the morning while my hubby stayed toasty warm in the truck! It was so cold, I used a shutter release & mirror lock … Continue reading Simple Photography Tips – for winter