Another chapter in my One River any River series. One River is a personal project I started over 20 years ago documenting in my opinion the best all around river that calls Texas home. I have recently been focusing on its stunning beauty juxtaposed with the human interaction in the riparian areas along the banks and in the spring fed waters of the Guadalupe River. The recent low flows have limited tourism and trash alike. On a recent weekend I experienced a lot less framing out of trash and humans and enjoyed the cleaner scene if not the lower, warmer flows. The headwaters of the Rio Guadalupe originate deep in the limestone valleys of the heart of the Texas Hill Country in Western Kerr County and runs to the Gulf of Mexico retaining it's name along the way while being supplemented by other Texas Hill Country Rivers like the Blanco River, the San Marcos River and the San Antonio River all of which have smaller historical flows.