Photos in the Beautyberries

Two years ago we started taking photos at a particular spot in Sam Houston National Forest. We were a few weeks later than usual this year but we finally made it out to take photos. I like the progression:

Misti Chris 1
Before Forest

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Two weeks after that first photo

Last year’s photo

And this year!

One thing I do notice from being out there and in the photos is that the area needs to be burned again, there’s quite a bit of undergrowth and it doesn’t look as nice as it did those first two times. I’m also annoyed with the painting on some of the trees, I’m guessing to mark trees to be harvested. Trying to frame a photo with them in view is frustrating. It was mid-afternoon when we went this time and quite hot plus Forest had his own idea of what he wanted to do so we didn’t get nearly as many photos as I would have liked.




There’s some PawPaw hair going on there!






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6 thoughts on “Photos in the Beautyberries

  1. Paw Paw says:

    Nothing wrong with Paw Paw hair

  2. Marisa says:

    I love the idea of taking pictures in the same place every year. Such a good way to show the progression of time.

  3. Shirley says:

    So cute, he loves those berries. Seeing so many beautyberries there now is such a surprise. I spent a lot of time in those woods while growing up and don’t remember that plant at all. Now I have three huge ones in my landscape.

  4. Ingunn says:

    Aaaw, love progression pics like these! And this age is…challenging for photos. We tried to get a Christmas card photo of all of us on Rainier this weekend, and…well…posing for photos is the last thing Nora wants to do when there are STICKS and ROCKS, gosh mom.

  5. Patrice says:

    Love this idea!

    Your hair is so short!

  6. Robin says:

    What precious pictures! Forest is adorable!!

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