|By: rebelcry, 07:43 GMT dnia 18-kwiecień-2011||+0|
|By: rebelcry, 06:59 GMT dnia 18-kwiecień-2011||+0|
One of the largest wildfires in Texas history started in the early PM hours a couple miles west of Marfa on Highway 90 in Presidio County, Texas April 9, 2011. Started by a structure fire the fire ran with the gusts of wind between ten and fourteen miles an hour. Its front expanded more than ten miles at times. The fire storm was hurled through northern Presidio County and burning all the valley land between the Davis, Paisano, and Puertacitas Mountains. The Puert...
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|By: rebelcry, 12:06 GMT dnia 19-listopad-2010||+0|
My name is Zacharias Beau T and I am a poet photographer. My images are sold through Apache Trading Post & Art of the West Gallery in Alpine, TX. I also show and sell my work online. They are $15 each and are shipped in 8x10 matting. All my work is copyrighted. If you are interested in purchasing a matted copy of any of these images let me know! See, I have given you this land…-Deuteronomy 1:8I have traveled and treaked throughout the states, mountains, shores, pl...
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|By: rebelcry, 11:22 GMT dnia 31-sierpień-2010||+0|
My photo of an early spring storm over the Paisano Mountains in West Texas revealed a stern face blushed by dust and dusk. And this recent photo of Hurricane Earl by Hector777 shows an eerily likeness, though this spirit, while no less grim, is more pale.
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|By: rebelcry, 13:04 GMT dnia 16-czerwiec-2010||+0|
Directly south and west of Alpine, Texas and east of Paisano Pass is a range of mountains that range from 5,000 to 6,899 feet above sea level. A recently retired welcome sign on Holland Ave in Alpine called these the Alps of Texas. Somebody from the Texas Geological Survey names them the Paisano Mountains. Thirty-five million years ago a subduction of the Farallon plate created several violent calderas throughout this region. The Paisano caldera erupted for more...
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