I thought I’d share one last winter photo before I put cold, snowy days behind me and move into the bright sunshine of spring. I took this photo last winter at Fair Park in Childress, Texas. This is an awesome park regardless of the season.
Childress is a small Texas town found on Highway 287 about 2 hours east of Amarillo. With a population of about 6100, Childress meets my personal definition of a small town. You know, a town with one post office and no shopping mall. A town where the people are friendly, main street is charming and they have only one high school.
One of my favorite things about Childress is Fair Park. It’s a well maintained park with a nice playground, an overnight RV park and a pretty little lake. For many, many years, I drove through Childress on my way to Dallas without seeing the park. All it took was a left turn and a few blocks over — there was this great little park. You can see my summer version of this bridge in my post Bridge at Fair Park – Childress, Texas.
You should take a moment to drive by and check out Fair Park if you ever find yourself driving down Texas Highway 287.
Monochrome Madness Challenge
“Almost Frozen” is my entry for this week’s Monochrome Madness Challenge. You can join the Monochrome Madness Challenge or view more monochrome photos by visiting Leanne Cole Photography. You can view my other Monochrome Madness Challenge entries by clicking on Monochrome Madness or visit my Monochrome Gallery.
You can see my other photos from Fair Park in Childress, Texas by visiting these inks.
What’s your favorite season?