Tag Archives: New Braunfels animal photographer

Day 120, Friday, April 30th, 2021 Spit Bug Juice Spit bugs? Yes they are a real thing! Nymph spittlebugs pump bubbles into fluid that is secreted as a foamy substance during feeding. This frothy mass protects them from drying out and from enemies. They leave pockets of air bubbles in fluid all over the ground and on […]

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Monday, July 10th, 2017 This week’s theme for the Flickr Macro Monday group is “Bottoms Up.” From this week’s instructions: And no, this theme is not about drinking! Or tushies. ???? Bottoms Up is intended to have you explore the bottom of things you don’t normally see. In the past we have had themes where we looked at […]

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I am heartsick to report that Cooper flew outside yesterday,  6/7/17, 5:45 p.m., New Braunfels, TX 78132 [Comal County]. Last seen in the River Chase Subdivision.. If anyone spots him, please call or text me, Holly Thompson, ASAP: 512-731-9366. I have his information posted on Facebook (nearly a dozen lost and found bird/pet groups), Next […]

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Fifty-two weeks plus a day… 2016 has come to a close. I love that I’ve captured more of our real lives this year. Sometimes as a photographer, I get paralyzed by perfection… wanting each image I share to be technically sound (exposure, focus, composition, design, etc.) and also tell a story. This can lead to not wanting […]

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  • Tim Keppler - I truly believe that this was your best blog entry to date. I love the pics and narrative – I miss you dearly – Love, DadReplyCancel

    • Holly - Thanks, Dad! I really appreciate your support and love!!! Happy New Year!ReplyCancel

Physical therapy, the SAT, Santa, concert performances for my mom, a date night for Curtis and me, Christmas decorating, ARD meeting, more physical therapy, Jenny’s 25th birthday, and family memories. What a great week. Day 337 ~ Dry Needling Friday, December 2nd, 2016 At physical therapy, I was having trouble fully contracting my quad while laying down. I could […]

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