Nell Carroll is the director of photography at the Austin American-Statesman.
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May is dewberry season at my house. Dewberries are those wild blackberries that grow along the country roads near my house in rural Bastrop County, but they grow in garden beds and front yards and backyards all over Central Texas. The stems are extremely thorny and invasive, but the fruit is so nice. The berries, which look identical to blackberries...
Pleasure is in the name. And the cotton candy. And the games. And the rides. The Historic Pleasure Pier on Galveston Island was rebuilt after Hurricane Ike and reopened in 2012, and continues to offer kids a roaring good time. Nell Carroll/American-Statesman
Favorite images from the 2018 South by Southwest Music Festival.
A state appeals court ruled Friday that DWI laws do not discriminate against alcoholics.
To be honest, Branson was not first on my list for vacation options. But when your almost-80-year-old mother says she wants to take you and your son on a trip there, you really can’t say no. After some research showed me that the area is flush with outdoor activities, my enthusiasm improved. Mom flew into Dallas, where we picked her...
Trees are covered in snow in Cedar Creek, TX Friday December 8, 2017. Surprise snow fall Thursday night blanketed the Central Texas area. Nell Carroll/AMERICAN-STATESMAN