One of my recent excursions in the Texas Hill Country happened to coincide with a major rainstorm. I took advantage of this and shot a few highwater photographs in the area of the Lyndon Baines Johnson National Park. The Pedernales River flows on the south end of the park and generally marks the boundary between the state and federal areas.
Just below Stonewall there is a dam on the river. This Dam creates a small lake. During my visit the water was rolling over the dam with a vengeance. Normally the Pedernales is a very placid River and looks nothing like this.