A Morning Hike At Eisenhower Park

I honestly cannot recall the last time that Sarah and I were able to go for a hike. Our schedules have been full, to say the least, and have really not allowed for any extended outings. We managed to change that on Monday though, as we both had the day off, and surprisingly had a free morning. So, we decided to make the quick trip to Eisenhower Park in San Antonio. We pulled into the parking lot before 0700, and then set off on the trails. The weather was surprisingly cool for this time of the year, though I am by no means complaining about that. I do wish that we had been able to start just a little later on our hike, as the first 20 minutes or so of our adventure did not have great lighting and I hate shooting at a ridiculously high ISO.

Thankfully, by the time we had made it to the top of one of the peaks, the light was starting to shine through the clouds. The sky was filled with a lot of clouds, so I did wait around, as much as I could tolerate, for the sun to pop through in order to get a picture with some color. Overall the hike was a decent one, as far as exercise goes. The pictures are random, as always, though they were a nice change of pace. For the last eight months the pictures that I’ve taken have been work related, and haven’t been released yet. As soon as they are, I’ll post some here.

Enough of my rambling, it’s time for pictures.

Enjoy ’em!
-Tyler

















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Angell Kustomz Toyota Tundra

I had the opportunity to spend some time with a Toyota Tundra earlier this month, and although my time with it was brief, it was a rather fun outing. The shots below are pretty much random shots, as the main focus of the shoot was to get an image that could be used for banners/signage for the Angell Kustomz shop.

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Brief Outing With A 2015 5.0

Last week, at least I think it was last week, I spent a little time with a new 5.0 convertible. I know the 2015 has been out for a little while now, but sadly this was my first time behind the wheel, which is sad considering that I work around them between five and six days a week. Oh well, it was worth the wait, and I look forward to being able to spend a little more time with one in the future.

At the time I took these, the oak pollen was still a huge problem in San Antonio, so I had to grab a car that wouldn’t showcase the massive pollen build up very easily. It had also been raining off and on, and I didn’t want a car that would show the waterspouts every easily either. So, I picked out this bright yellow on black Mustang to help try to hide the issue. I spent maybe 30 minutes with the car, and these are some of the random shots that I took while it was in my possession.

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-Tyler










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Hill Country State Natural Area

Another state park that Sarah and I had the opportunity to visit while I was enjoying my time away from work was the Hill Country State Natural Area outside of Bandera, Texas. We stuck to two different trails, but still managed to stay for a couple of hours. The weather was excellent, and the scenery was even better. The only downside to the visit, was that it was pretty crowded, as there was a large trail ride going on at the same time. Despite that, we had a great time and really enjoyed the park, as well as the climb to the top of peak on a few trails.

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-Tyler
































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Pedernales Falls State Park

Back in October, while I was on a break from work, Sarah and I had the opportunity to visit a few new parks. One of the parks was Pedernales Falls State Park, just a little outside of Blanco, Texas. Neither one of us had been before, though within spending only a few minutes at the park we both agreed that we would certainly visit again. In all honesty, I lost track of how much time we spent hiking through the riverbed, but I know that it was more than four hours. The scenery is absolutely amazing, and we just wanted to keep exploring. The park is truly a hidden Texas gem.
Anyway, on to the pictures.
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-Tyler



































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