This is one of the most isolated places in the USA. You have to drive hours our of your way just to get there.

But, the views are incredible.

And I hate to say this, but this photo journal barely starts to express the wonder and beauty of it all.

You need to visit Big Bend.

Have you?


Arthouse Photography

The rugged and remote Trans-Pecos region of Texas holds boundless opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts of all ilks, photographers included.

Back in the Spring of 2005, Anne and I decided to head to the Big Bend, and were looking for a place to spend a couple of nights in a setting involving roof and bed (i.e., not camping). As I recall, the Chisos Mtn. Lodge was booked up, and in the process of looking farther afield we came across an internet pitch for a guest ranch called Ten Bits.

Just on the basis of its setting amongst the rocky crags, I was ready to give it a try; and Anne — being a green fiend — appreciated the fact that the entire operation ran on solar. And so we booked a room.

Ten Bits sits on private ranch land a dozen or so miles north of Study Butte, offering visitors…

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  1. John P. Meyer says:

    Thanks for the repost, Wayne. And yes, you’re right, these pics don’t even scratch the surface.

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