WHERE IN TEXAS
The Civilian Conservation Corps built a small earthen dam and an impressive three-level masonry spillway in the 1930s at this 528-acre state park south of Fort Worth. The area’s white rocky hills — covered with juniper, oak and mesquite trees — and the beautiful valley of natural springs stamped this as a picturesque setting for a park.
Photo © Jason Stitt
TOOLS: Sony ILCE-7RM2 camera, FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS lens, f/22.0 at 2.0 seconds, ISO 50
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