San Antonio Comanche Lookout Park - 2014
There's a public library in San Antonio that has a nature trail behind it, which contains all sorts of floral and scenic sights. Landscapes are covered by dense shrubbery and trees, so there's no great photograph that I'm willing to take, but the unique plant-life always beckons me to take some macro picture.
Usually, I carry my phone with me at all time, so that functions as an impromptu camera with a decent resolution. It takes marvelous macro photographs, which is more of my style anyway. Here are some images of moss on a boulder (some of them almost look like mountains!):
My brother also has the same phone model as me, and he took some interesting photos while we navigated the trails. Unfortunately, he went overkill with the visual effects and made some odd edits to his photos, so I'm not going to advertise his work at the moment.
Here are some images of a tree branch with some lovely yellow lichen:
This was a lone magenta flower on a bush:
The trail's various textures were also interesting, so here are a few of the different images that showcase this:
Here is a neat bunch of tomato-like plants:
Here is a shrub's stalk and a crispy rock:
And lastly, here is the Texas sky: