This morning started about 4:22a.m., when Mother Nature led me to the bathroom. Naturally, sleep ended after that. By 5:30, I was getting dressed and grabbing my cameras. The first stop, well before 6a.m., was downtown Taylor, to take photos of the Bill Pickett statue, which can be seen on the post before this. By 6:15, I decided to wander. The idea was to photograph the moon, 88% full, but that didn’t work out. That’s okay because I found a few other images as I wandered through East Williamson County, Texas. Among those .. a stock pond, or tank, if you prefer. Also seen: a farmhouse I’ve recorded a few times, and a lovely white cow enjoying her pasture. The rest of the photos were taken of, or from, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, in Wuthrich Hill, Texas. That little body of water is just that. It’s not for cows, but dragonflies and birds seem to like it. So do I. The last two photos in this post were taken at dawn. Everything else came well before that. This photography thing still holds my interest.