Waterfront Property


These water hyacinths, while pretty, pose a real problem for Spring Lake and the San Marcos River. They are a non-native species, reproduce quickly, and tend to choke out the native animal and plant life. However, they do provide a nice photographic opportunity.

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  1. jasonspix says:

    Nice photographic opportunnity indeed. Very interesting shot.

  2. Kevin says:

    Nice shot andy. I had a hard time figuring out what it was at first; then I noticed it was water that was exposed longer and the shot was taken from above. Were you standing on higher ground or just standing in the water? lol. Nice shot.

  3. Sara says:

    The colors are gorgeous and the water looks like it’s been painted. Nice shot.

  4. dylan neild says:

    Very cool – you always do a great job capturing moving water.

  5. Jordan says:

    Excellent job with the water. You have provided us all with such excellent reminders to leave those shutters open…

  6. Ben says:

    The colors and sense of motion are great.

  7. tisha says:

    I love all the coloring –

  8. Hza says:

    Vivid colors in this one. Your pictures continue to amaze me!!

  9. mikhail says:

    i like how you captured the motion in this shot! and colors are so alive and vivid!

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