Our campsite at Davis Mountains State Park was rather narrow and abutting Keesey Creek, which was dry. Because it was so near the campsite it made for an easy play area for Forest where he spent a lot of time playing with the mullein growing up and down the creek bed as well as stacking rocks and generally have a grand old time in imaginary play. The evening light down the creek bed was gorgeous every night and I wanted to play around with some freelensing as I don’t do that very often. The results were all over the place but even the out of focus dream-like images I still loved.
The few photos of him in the field of grass were from the open area between the bathroom and education center, and the creek bed and we were winding our way back to camp after visiting the education center one late afternoon and the light was just right.
It’s not easy to get him to post for photos these days but when I can manage it I take advantage of the moment!