The Last Hurrah in Guadelupe National Park

Coming home from a fabulous vacation/adventure is always a sad event. I wanted to lessen the blow by stopping at one of my favorite Texas parks, Guadelupe National Park. I had worries about finding a campsite, but the park was nowhere filled to capacity.

Also, after the other-worldly views of Utah, it was just a little disappointing. I think that you will see that reflected in my images, but they were the best I could get. Still it is a great place for a hike, and it will always have a special place in my heart.

 

It was a lot greener than Utah.

 

This dry creek bed made for some interesting shots.

 

This little dove insisted on posing for me.

 

Would a trip to Guadelupe be complete without a black and white shot?

And now, all that is left to do, is the grueling 10 hour drive back to Pipe Creek.

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