Posts Tagged ‘Houston Arboretum’

A few photos that I recently shot at the Houston Arboretum. There was so much more to see and take pictures of but some of the birds and other creatures were to fast to shoot. You don’t catch them all. Ha ha!

Seasons often change landscapes and plant life leaving the photographer many options year round. Today I made a trip to the Houston Arboretum to hike and photograph what I found to be beautiful. I hope you enjoy this collection of photos as much as I do. Thank you for viewing.


Photography and Poetry 2016 Albert Moyer, Jr.

Summer Shade

Delight in the cool

Wonderland of amazing

Trees in a forest.

A few photos from the Houston Arboretum. Albert Moyer, Jr. 2015

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The Trail

Winding through the woods

A dirt path made for people

Much for eyes to see

2013 Albert Moyer, Jr.

Photo taken at the Houston Arboretum


I took this photo at the Houston Arboretum. You know a lot of times people worry about how they will be sustained. Look at all this food for the birds in this beautiful photo.

Matthew 6:26 Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?

Red Berries



This photo was taken by me at the Houston Arboretum.  Many people confuse these for water moccasins or cottonmouths. This snake is harmless.



This photo was taken at the Houston Arboretum.


This photo was taken at the Houston Arboretum. I love the red in these leaves.


I have always loved the name of this bird.  Tufted Titmouse at Houston Arboretum.