As this is written on Monday evening, the storms and flooding from the weekend have moved east, but allow me to offer up a few photos made Sunday evening as the remnants of our Texas weather were still apparent. Friends, if you didn’t already know this, I look for excuses to photograph certain things. Windmills are right up there at the top of that list, closely followed by grain elevators, barns and trees. Although I don’t have a precise number, I’m thinking there are maybe a dozen windmills where these cameras are pointed. Tonight’s post includes three of them. Those flooded fields? They’ll likely be just fine. Our Blackland Prairie soil is one heck of a sponge. It’s warm now. Today’s highs were in the mid-80s. Call it spring if you like, but summer’s pretty much here where we live in south Central Texas.