Bartlett, Texas is an interesting place to ramble around on pleasant January night. Actually, the photos presented here were taken both Monday and tonight while pursuing other images in Bell County. More on that later in the week. This community of between 1600 and 1700 people exists in both Bell and Williamson Counties. It’s about 50 miles northeast of Austin, a significant cog in the nomenclature of the Blackland Prairie. The last image is offered twice because it’s interesting to observe how this business lights itself up like a color wheel. Oh, and the moon sliver you see? That’s a Waxing Crescent moon, kind of small at 8.1% visibility. All versions of the moon, as I’ve said before, are good.