Gifts of Landscape

As many of you might know; because you are the recipient of a gift from Kudela & Weinheimer Landscape Architects; at the end of every year, Kudela & Weinheimer extends a gift of thanks to their best clients for their business throughout the year. In lieu of cookies, candies and other consumables, K&W has taken a different approach to the normal holiday cheer. We present our clients with a framed and signed fine art print of a natural Texas landscape taken by a talented photographer [which Texas has plenty of!]. This year we had several very talented photographers to pick from, and it was a difficult decision to make.

From the Panhandle Plains to the Piney Woods…from Big Bend to the Gulf Coast…Texas offers a myriad of memorable vistas. Each and every year we choose a different region of Texas and this year our selection was taken on a back road between Hillsboro and Waxahachie.

“Sunflower Field Near Sunset” taken by photographer Robert Greebon of Dripping Springs Texas is our chosen image for 2013. We are so pleased to present this striking image to our clients. It was a painful choice to pick just one of his amazing images, if you’d like to see his work visit:  www.ImagesfromTexas.com or
www.facebook.com/RobGreebonPhotography

Rob discovered this field while taking the long way to Dallas to shoot the skyline for a client. Upon discovering this field, he knew he’d return. Three times he made the trek in the evening – a three-hour trip each way – hoping the fading light of sunset would be memorable. He admits this was one of the most amazing sights he’s come across in his photography adventures.

Rob discovered this field while taking
the long way to Dallas to shoot the skyline for a client. Upon discovering this field, he knew he’d been there Three times he made the trek in the evening – a three-hour trip each way – hoping the fading light of sunset would be memorable. He admits this was one of the most amazing sights he’s come across in his photography adventures.

A little about Rob:

Rob is a fourth generation Texan and resides in Dripping Springs with his wife and two little girls. He has been published internationally and has appeared in several national and local publications. Rob’s images have been used by many Texas entities including the Hyatt, the University of Texas, Texas A&M, and Texas State. His images have also been used on the set of CBS’s Criminal Minds.
While he spends time in the Rocky Mountains in the summer shooting for a gallery in Winter Park, Colorado, the bulk of his work features images from Austin, the Texas Hill Country, and various locations throughout the state. Complementing this, one of his photographic passions arrives each spring with the blooming of Texas wildflowers. Rob travels many miles from late March through mid-June hunting for spring colors ranging from fields of bluebonnets to the golden hues of sunflowers. He acknowledges his photography business and passion would not enjoy the success it does without the patience and support of his wife.

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