If You Live In Texas, This Will Be The Most Jaw Dropping Thing You See All Day. Guaranteed.

“Wow” doesn’t even begin to cover it…

You can tell why Wyman Meinzer is the official photographer for the entire state of Texas. His ability to capture the essence of the Lone Star State makes him one of the state’s most prized possessions.
There are amazingly beautiful places in western Texas that most Texans haven’t stepped foot in. Sit back and watch as he shows you a side of the state you’ve never seen before.
Some of these images will stick with you for a week, or longer.
For some Texas big city time lapse, check this out.

About Nick Johnson

Nick has been working and writing about real estate for almost ten years. He's written about everything from the best places to live to the most boring places to live.

Nick's the creator of the HomeSnacks YouTube channel that now has over 140,000 subscribers and is an excellent source to learn about different parts of the country.

0 thoughts on “If You Live In Texas, This Will Be The Most Jaw Dropping Thing You See All Day. Guaranteed.

  1. I personally did not grow up in west Texas but my father and his side of the family did and this man is a close family friend of ours. He captured West Texas beautifully and that is exactly what it is and anyone who says otherwise is wrong. I personally was raised mostly in the city but my heart is in the country. I love it out there the air the sky’s and the peacefulness I love it!

  2. Ok if you want to get picky. El Paso is not West Texas. The Panhandle is not West Texas. West Texas is a town on I-35 and they have great kolaches! LOL
    Nevertheless this a great collage of what Texas is like west of Ft. Worth, where the west begins. Just enjoy the photos and be at peace.
    BTW I wonder if this possible to get as a screen saver? If anyone knows please post. TY

  3. I was born 5 miles west of shamrock tx on the old 66 highway in a little town of lela tx I was born apr19th 1932 and no one I ever knew called us west texas,always the panhandle it is all texas to me and hope to take a piece with me when I leave this world that way,i will know I am in heaven wish each and everyone a very nice day you know god didn’t create races of people he made the human race

    1. I always was brought up to believe were created equal, no matter what color our skin is, or what language we speak. God made us all and we should all be happy that we wake up to another wonderful new day to praise him and enjoy all the things that we have been given and worked for.

  4. The Panhandle is part of West Texas. Hope that settles it. I was born in Canadian and have lived in and around Amarillo all but 2 years when I was in Ft Worth. 62 w/o.

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