Submit Your Pictures

TBPLS is collecting pictures from all the surveyors of Texas. If you have taken pictures in the field that you would like to share, send them to us so we can display them on the pages of our website. Each picture will be posted with it’s title and your name for 3 months (depending upon the amount of submissions the Board receives).

Email your pictures to natalie.jackson@txls.texas.gov and help us celebrate our beautiful state!

Your email will need to contain the following statement:

I, <your name>, attest that I am the sole owner of the submitted photograph(s). No one else can claim copyright to said photograph(s). I understand that any submissions will be published by the Board as it deems proper. 

 Thanks so much for your pictures! Here are the submissions we have so far:

4.Submitted by Casey Werner
Submitted by Casey Werner

2.Submitted by Casey Werner
Submitted by Casey Werner

3.Submitted by Casey Werner
Submitted by Casey Werner

1.Submitted by Casey Werner
Submitted by Casey Werner

6.Submitted by Casey Werner
Submitted by Casey Werner

5.Submitted by Casey Werner
Submitted by Casey Werner

Submitted by Nathan Eby
Submitted by Casey Werner

Submitted by Nathan Eby
Submitted by Nathan Eby


Fallen Tree, Palestine; Submitted by Lane Klein


Control Check, San Antonio; Submitted by Lane Klein


Tree Survey Panorama, San Antonio; Submitted by Lane Klein


Snake, Bulverde; Submitted by Lane Klein


Snake, Boerne; Submitted by Lane Klein


Snake 2, Boerne; Submitted by Lane Klein


Rattlesnake, San Antonio; Submitted by Lane Klein


Las Palomas Wildlife Management Area, Brownsville; Submitted by Lane Klein


Las Palomas Wildlife Management Area (2), Brownsville; Submitted by Lane Klein

Ancient BW Fence, USACE Takeline, Camp Maxey; Submitted by David A. Rolbiecki
Ancient BW Fence, USACE Takeline, Camp Maxey; Submitted by David A. Rolbiecki

Witness Tree NEC Stowell A 844, Camp Maxey; Submitted by David A. Rolbiecki
Witness Tree NEC Stowell A 844, Camp Maxey; Submitted by David A. Rolbiecki

Geodetic Station 502 NL, Camp Maxey; Submitted by David A. Rolbiecki
Geodetic Station 502 NL, Camp Maxey; Submitted by David A. Rolbiecki


Nacogdoches Witness Tree, Jose Luis De La Bega; Submitted by David A. Rolbiecki


Camp Maxey Main Entrance; Submitted by David A. Rolbiecki


Austin monument; Submitted by Tim Pappas


Scribed S; Submitted by Paul Myers


Hood & Somervell County Line; Submitted by Aaron Miles


Witness tree in Glen Rose; Submitted by Aaron Miles


Survey Audience – Angleton, TX; Submitted by Kyle Sunday


Oyster Lake; Submitted by Kyle Sunday


TEHUACANA 1919; Submitted by Kyle Sunday


SEC Section-81 Blk-14; Submitted by David Rolbiecki


R7 GNSS setup over disc; Submitted by David Rolbiecki


Pasadena Pincushion; Submitted by David Rolbiecki


Mark, Bill O’Hara, and Beth; Submitted by David Rolbiecki


Camp Mabry Mon; Submitted by David Rolbiecki


Station 500 20130115; Submitted by David Rolbiecki


Final Point; Submitted by RJ Daum


Dry ground; Submitted by Alan McLain


Clark Boundary 1859; Submitted by Bill Stewart


East Corner of the Jose Maria Sanchez League; Submitted by James Lipps


SW Corner of A-297 in Madison County; Submitted by Justin R Parenteau


NE Corner of A-112 in Madison County; Submitted by Justin R Parenteau


Spring; Submitted by Paul Carey


Bexar-Medina County Line; Submitted by Paul Carey


Long Walk in Real County; Submitted by Paul Carey


Medina River; Submitted by Paul Carey


Southeast Corner of the Sarah McLelland Survey, Medina County; Submitted by Paul Carey


Northeastern Corner of Texas; Submitted by Lee Schroeder


Cimarron Baseline Terminal Monument; Submitted by Lee Schroeder


Eagle; Submitted by Lee Schroeder


Highway 15, State Line 1; Submitted by Robert Davis


Highway 15, State Line 2; Submitted by Robert Davis


Montague-Cooke County Line; Submitted by Davey Edwards


Trinity River, No. 4; Submitted by Christopher Maman


Trinity River, No. 3; Submitted by Christopher Maman


Trinity River, No. 2; Submitted by Christopher Maman


Trinity River; Submitted by Christopher Maman


Travis Bural in Wylie, TX; Submitted by Philip Adams


Mission Concepcion; Submitted by Steven Estes


Mission San Jose; Submitted by Steven Estes


Surveyor’s Chain at Washington-On-The-Brazos; Submitted by Steven Estes


Northeast Corner of Texas Panhandle A; Submitted by Lee Allen Schroeder


Northeast Corner of Texas Panhandle B; Submitted by Lee Allen Schroeder


Horse Crippler – Submitted by Steven Estes


Wheat Field- Submitted by Steven Estes


Cactus Flower- Submitted by Steven Estes


Aeromotor- Submitted by Steven Estes

 

 

 

 

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