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Tinaja
Photo By Lance Varnell

  • Title: Tinaja
  • State/Province/Region: Texas
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Trans Pecos Rgion
  • Nearest Town: Fort Stckton
  • Brief Directions: From the town of Marathon take highway 385 south to the park.
  • Notes: This photo was taken adjacent to one of the many 4x4 trails that run through the backcounttry of the park. These depressions in the rock are called tinajas and hold water when many other sources have long since dried up.
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: Big Bend National park is located in West Texas in Brewster County along the Rio Grande River. This an an 800,000 acre & one could spend years exploring the canyons and varied landscapes of this desert setting. Hot in summer and filled with life forms that seem intent on poking, puncturing and and generally maiming the passing hiker, this is what many consider the premier park for photography in Texas.
  • Gear: Nikon F3-28-85mm lens
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Keywords:  Deserts
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