I had a great time photographing the sunset at the Pedernales Falls State Park near Johnson City, Texas on Friday evening. I arrived about an hour before sunset and had plenty of time to hike the falls and find a good spot or two. Unfortunately, the drought in central Texas continues and there was very little water flow running between the huge granite boulders and rock shelves. Only a few still pools of water to catch the sun’s final rays and provide me with a nice reflection to capture. When the water level is this low you can see millions of years of sedimentation in the granite. It’s humbling to sit there and imagine the water flow that it took to carve these rocks into their unique shapes.