Texas is not exactly famous for its fall color, but it has its moments. I ran down last week to Block Creek Natural Area for a quick shoot because the leaves turned more vibrantly colorful than they have in years (for all of a few days). I will show a couple of those images this week. But as I was leaving to come home, I came across a herd of angora goats intent on staring me down. I assume they were just curious, and not trying to stare me to death like in Men Who Stare at Goats.
With my 70-200mm lens, I photographed them in a long row. It is always nice to have an audience.
They kept standing there looking at me, so I ran back to my truck and grabbed my 200-400mm lens and filled the frame with goats.
Angora goats in a row, and fall color, Block Creek Natural Area, Hill Country region, Texas, USA. Canon 1DX. 400mm. ISO 800. f/13 @ 1/320 second.