Tag Archives: water


  • Blue/Greenbelt

    Austin’s Greenbelt is 7 miles of undeveloped land in the middle of the city, a little bit of wilderness for this city’s countless mountain...

  • Crowd-funding for Springs Education

    Over the past week I have been traveling Texas filming some of our great springs and the people working for their preservation. These are springs...

  •   San Antonio Springs #headwaters of San Antonio #River, now dry. This fountain #spring was once a 10 foot geyser before the era of groundwater...

  •   At Comal Springs, New Braunfels #Texas. Biggest springs in the American Southwest, now barely flowing

  • Thirst

    If you are in downtown Austin, swing past the pedestrian bridge over Lake Bird Lake to see Thirst, a public art project aimed at commemorating...

  • Big Spring, Texas

    I have a fascination with all springs, including those whose time has passed. I’ve been collecting a short list of the big ones, and somewhere...

  • Improbable Waters: Desert Wetlands

    I’ve recently returned to Austin after a month in New Mexico, trying to beat the August heat. As I was planning my road trip across West Texas,...

  •   The mighty Rio Grande. Water problem? What water problem? 

  • Blue Hole, Santa Rosa, New Mexico

    Usually I write about Texas springs, but since I’m in New Mexico for the month of August, might as well share some of this state’s treasures...

  • Austin –> Taos, Day One

    Our first stop is Del Rio, Texas, home to San Felipe Springs. These are among the biggest springs in Texas, ranging from 20 to 40 million gallons...

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