Pretty As A Picture

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Posted February 1, 2012 by Jeff Prince in Blotch

Local environmental activist Don Young lives across the street from Tandy Hills Natural Area in East Fort Worth. The prairie park is a lovely place to visit and doesn’t cost a penny to go there to hike or chill.

Young visits most every day and regularly comes up with breathtaking photos.

Here’s a few he’s taken so far in 2012:

PINK CLOUDS ABOVE TANDY HILLS IN JANUARY.

PINK CLOUDS ABOVE TANDY HILLS IN JANUARY.

DON YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHED THIS COLORFUL GROUND PLUM MILK VETCH ON JAN. 20.

YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHED THIS COLORFUL GROUND PLUM MILK VETCH ON JAN. 20.

EVEN A COLORLESS SKY LOOKS SEXY.

EVEN A COLORLESS SKY LOOKS SEXY AT TANDY HILLS.

EVER WONDER WHAT THE STATE GRASS OF TEXAS (SIDEOATS GRAMMA) LOOKS LIKE? WELL, WONDER NO MORE.

EVER WONDER WHAT THE STATE GRASS OF TEXAS (SIDEOATS GRAMMA) LOOKS LIKE? WELL, WONDER NO MORE.


One Comment


  1.  
    Wild things

    Beautiful pictures of our very own pocket prairie 10 minutes from downtown. One of my favorite places to visit.





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