A pristine oasis just 50 miles from Houston...
Brazos Bend State Park is one of my favorite locations not just for hiking but also for photo sessions! With miles and miles of trails, there's no shortage of cool spots to take a photo. Every season (ahem, Texas seasons a.k.a. - hot and not too hot) reveals a completely different landscape from autumnal colors to every shade of green in nature and spring wildflowers.
Tallgrass prairies and woodlands
The park is filled to the brim with a diverse population of birds, reptiles, amphibians and other wildlife. Over 300 species of birds have been documented there. You are almost always guaranteed to see some on any trail in the park which makes it one of my favorite places to hike.
But the trees though...
But my absolute favorite feature of the park? - the TREES. Hundred-year-old oak trees draped in Spanish moss are everywhere. These immense giants lend an eerie and sometimes ethereal quality to the landscape. Catch them at just the right time at sunset and the whole tree lights up like a Christmas tree.
Ready for an adventure?
Are you ready to explore this beautiful park with your best four-legged friend and me? We can explore the trails, enjoy Texas nature and get some spectacular, unique, and unforgettable photos that you will cherish. To get started planning, just contact me here!
Want to see more unique photo locations?
My blog is a part of a blog circle with pet photographers from around the world - next up, travel to Nevada! Las Vegas photographer, Nicole Hrustyk, of Pawtraits by Nicole shares her new favorite session location. At the bottom of her post, click the link to read the next story and keep clicking through the circle until you end up back here!