We spent the afternoon on Sunday driving through the Texas Hill Country. After a stop at the overcrowded Lost Maples State Park, we made the short jaunt over to Garner State Park to see what colors we might find along the Frio. We were not disappointed as you can see in this shot. I have always loved the clarity of the water in the Hill Country streams and you can see it in this shot with the roots of the cypress trees extending into the river. The deciduous trees were in full blazing glory as the sun lowered in the western sky. It really was a magical moment in one of my favorite Hill Country destinations.
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