3. Home On The Range - Bob Dunn Photography
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Farm & Ranch, Texas Outback

Home On The Range

This is legacy Texas – cattle ranching, horseback riders, cowboy hats, tall leather boots and, of course, bluebonnets every spring.


People continue to pour into the likes of Dallas or Houston to work in the high-rise offices or the nation’s energy capital. But in places such as Gonzales or Lavaca County, where cows outnumber humans by a wide margin, the skies still are not cloudy all day, and rarely spoken and seldom heard is any sort of discouraging word.

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