The day was spent taking photos of folks beating the heat in Georgetown, Texas, first at Blue Hole, including anglers. The opening image, taken early-morning, is a fisherman enjoying the day in pristine surroundings. He got here about 7a.m. When checking back at 11 he was still at it. Another angler, almost 6, was on her first-ever fishing expedition. Blue Hole Lagoon is closely aligned with the South Fork of the San Gabriel River. It’s really a pretty spot. The waterfall there is divine. One photo is presented in color and black-and-white. I’m partial to the monotone version. It simplifies and clarifies what I want to impart. The last couple of photos were made this afternoon at San Jose Park in Georgetown, where there’s a very popular splash pad. It’s the same child in both images. I can’t decide which is preferable. That’s it for now, friends.