Yesterday, North Texas got a surprise visit from mother nature in the form of snow, sleet, ice, wind, and rain. All night long, gusts of up to 30 mph winds thrust themselves over our rooftop. By morning, all the roads were iced and the lawns covered in a blanket of snow. I’ve been hoping for a little break and this has given me the best possible escape…there is absolutely know way that I would leave the house in this weather! So I’m trapped inside and happy as a clam. In my down time, I’ve was browsing through my photos when I happened upon this set of shots taken at the Fort Worth Stock Show not long ago…I had totally forgotten to post them!
I know I have been posting a lot of animal inspired posts recently (point and case) but I just find them so fascinating to photograph. A couple weeks ago I attended the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo and experienced what I feel is a very authentic Texas environment. Not that everyone in Texas wears cowboy boots and spurs (just like not everyone in Nashville is a country singer/songwriter)….far from it. But there is a tie to the country life that can’t be denied…especially in Fort Worth or as some locals like to call it, Cowtown!
While touring the stock show grounds, I snapped a few photos of the “stock” being shown. The colors and textures were really something else! This post is a stretch from my usual style, but I thought you would appreciate the beauty none the less.