Tag: travel photography

It started as a blog, and morphed into an identity.

I know it is a clichè, but… I’m Back! Well, to be honest, I never really left. It’s more like I haven’t stopped by in a while. A long while.

SNOW at the Homestead!

Mrs. Padilly's Melted SnowWoman

Snow is a VERY RARE occurrence in my part of Texas, but on December 8, 2017, we were treated to more that just the typical dusting of snow! And, rumor has it, it could snow again around Christmas!!! 🙂 Anyone who knows Mrs. Padilly,…

Prada Marfa, Texas

Lucchese Boots at Prada Marfa Mrs. Padilly

I recently visited the town of Marfa in the Big Bend region of Texas, which by the way, is well over 600 miles from my homestead in East Texas. To give you some perspective, that is equal to driving from Marfa, Texas all the way…

Half & Half

Two Halves to Bastrop State Park Campsite at Bastrop State Park, Texas, showing burnt section just behind our trailer At first glance it might seem this campsite, full of tall Loblolly pines, was merged in the editing room with a photo of a forest destroyed by…

Envelope

MRS. PADILLY’S HAPPY PLACE Like the shell of an egg, enveloped around the chic awaiting its first adventure, my little brown egg Free Range provides comfort and safety during my travel adventures. Inspired by Weekly Photo Challenge: Envelope

Forces of Nature

A Texas “Pop-up” Thunderstorm Lake Conroe, Texas A pop-up thunderstorm developing over the north side of Lake Conroe, Texas, April 2015. INSPIRED BY WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: Forces of Nature

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