Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Leggett Week: Sky and Ocotillo

Obviously, we're a fan of a lot of things West Texas has to offer. Two of our favorites are our skies and ocotillo, a spiky desert plant that sports bright orange blossoms and tiny green leaves when it rains. And we're a fan of David Lee Leggett's photographer's "eye" for West Texas...

We're featuring Leggett's work all week. To see more, we invite you to visit his website, www.phlography.com

Of course, there are some things you just have to see for yourself. To help you plan your trip to West Texas, check out the Texas Mountain Trail website, www.texasmountaintrail.com

For additional assistance with dining and lodging choices, pick up a copy of the Big Bend Texas Mountains Travel Guide. Thanks to publisher Mercer Black, for introducing us to David Lee Leggett and his work.

To learn more about the flora and fauna of our high mountain desert, plan to visit one of our regional nature centers. For a list, click here!

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