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Ebb and Flow

By Chase A. Fountain & By Brandon Jakobeit

 

“ I am humbled by the forces of nature that continuously mold our great state of Texas into a beautiful landscape complete with geological diversity, flora and fauna. It is my goal as a photographer to capture that natural beauty and share it with others.” By Chase A. Fountain

“ For me, forces of nature are the simple, subtle and powerful moments that can come together at any time. Even a raging river can be subtle and powerful all at once — and so can a root structure, its power invisible to the eye but recorded in its intricate patterns.” By Brandon Jakobeit

Spring-fed Honey Creek washes over limestone rocks, moss and cypress roots.

Spring-fed Honey Creek washes over limestone rocks, moss and cypress roots. By Chase A. Fountain

The waters of the upper Guadalupe River reflect sunlight through the trees. By Brandon Jakobeit.

The waters of the upper Guadalupe River reflect sunlight through the trees. By Brandon Jakobeit.

Churning water at Balmorhea State Park; shoreline at Redfish Bay near Port Aransas.

Churning water at Balmorhea State Park. By Brandon Jakobeit

Shoreline at Redfish Bay near Port Aransas.

Shoreline at Redfish Bay near Port Aransas. By Brandon Jakobeit

Exposed roots along the banks of the Neches River.

Exposed roots along the banks of the Neches River. By Brandon Jakobeit

Rushing waters of Honey Creek.

Rushing waters of Honey Creek. By Chase A. Fountain

Enchanted Rock reflected in Moss Lake.

Enchanted Rock reflected in Moss Lake. By Chase A. Fountain

Paradise found at Honey Creek State Natural Area.

Paradise found at Honey Creek State Natural Area. By Chase A. Fountain

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