Rainy Day Flight
Daily Reflections / Linda James Photography / Monochrome Gallery / Monochrome Madness / Photography Challenges

Rainy Day Flight

I watched this Great White Heron flying around the Hagerman Wildlife Refuge on a wet, rainy afternoon.  He wasn’t the only Heron in the area; but he was the only one who seemed to be flying around.  It almost seemed as if he was on lookout duty.  Even with his amazing wing span, he was … Continue reading

Rainy Evening
Daily Reflections / Linda James Photography / Monochrome Madness / Photography Challenges

Rainy Evening

We drove over to Hagerman Wildlife Refuge a few days ago to see what creatures were around.  It was a cloudy day and even rained on us a few times.  The clouds and lake looked interesting with the misty rain. Monochrome Madness Challenge “Rainy Evening” is my entry for this week’s Monochrome Madness Challenge.  You … Continue reading

Worth the Trip – Hagerman Wildlife Refuge
Daily Reflections / Linda James Photography / Travel

Worth the Trip – Hagerman Wildlife Refuge

Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge is located on the Texas side of the Red River and on the Big Mineral part of Lake Texoma (a lake shared by Texas and Oklahoma).  Of the nearly 12,000 acres that make up the refuge, about 8,700 acres are uplands and the remaining 2,600 acres are wetlands. The refuge has been providing … Continue reading

Dinner Time
Linda James Photography / Monochrome Gallery / Monochrome Madness

Dinner Time

This Great Blue Heron is watching and waiting for his dinner. He was visiting the fresh waters of the Red River at the Hagerman Wildlife Refuge near Sherman, Texas. Monochrome Madness Challenge “Dinner Time” is my entry for this week’s Monochrome Madness Challenge. You can join the challenge and see more entries over at Leanne … Continue reading