This is an infraared photo of Mission of Nuestra Señora del Espíritu Santo de Zuñiga, in Goliad State Park in Goliad, TX. This mission was reconstructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the 1930s. (Texans should know that most of the Texas state parks are works of the CCC to this day…) This is an infrared photograph, converted to B&W and then manipulated with various tools…
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This is a kind of line drawing version of White Prickly Poppies (see below). The feeling is totally different from the original or the version below where I tried to pull out the transparent character of the petals, but still I think interesting.
They are now at their peak now in this part of the Hill Country and you often see clumps of these beautiful plants along the road. We are lucky to have a number of them on our property. This photo, however, was taken earlier in the spring on Willow City Loop near Fredericksburg.
I’ve been watching this building disintegrate for a few years. This time I took its picture with my infrared camera. Illinois farming community.