Jim Watson is the driving force behind brazosrivercanyonlands.com. Jim owns the Web site and is its author, editor, art curator, historian and occasional photographer.
Scott Bourland is the creative energy behind brazosrivercanyonlands.com. Scott produced the main body of photography for brazosrivercanyonlands.com and designed the online interface for the Web site.
From the initial consideration of this project, photography has been a central component. Five photographers, both professional and amateur, have contributed their images to this Web site.
Offering a glimpse into the life of Texas cowboys in the early 1900s, this Web site features three images from the important Erwin E. Smith collection at the Amon Carter Museum.
The art of maps, both historical and contemporary, offer a compelling perspective on the diversity not only of the Brazos River Canyonlands and Texas Canyonlands but the state of Texas as a whole.