Our Background Images

All of the images on this site were taken by Becca or Jesse Worley, or by someone in our family.

Home Page Image 1: "Rakes"

Background 1: “Rakes”

Home Page Image #1: “Rakes”

Rakes was a rarely-seen buck on a ranch outside of Abilene, photographed just often enough to know that he was big, bad, and still growing. This photo is courtesy of Jesse’s Dad, Rick Worley. Rick is a master bowhunter, an excellent hunting guide, and for style points is also a remarkable trainer of tracking terriers.

 

 

 

Home Page Image #2: Rock fence

Home Page Image #2: Rock fence

Home Page Image #2: Rock fence

This picture was taken by Jesse at a ranch near Fort Worth, TX owned by a close friend. Their log cabin and rock house sit at the top of this picturesque view, giving clear sight not only to their big field just below, but also overseeing the only road leading to camp. It’s a remarkable place with some stunning spots.

 

 

 

Home Page Image #3: Unnamed 8-point

Home Page Image #3: Unnamed 8-point

Home Page Image #3: Unnamed 8-point

This is a random 8-point pulled off a game camera run by Rick Worley.

 

 

 

 

 

Home Page Image #4: Mountains

Home Page Image #4: Mountains

Home Page Image #4: Mountains

This picture was taken by Becca Worley in 2005, from a whale-watching boat in Alaska. What we learned on this trip was that there are certain points in Alaska that anyone can just point the camera in any direction and get amazing photographs.

 

 

 

Page Image: Field of Buffalo

Page Image: Field of Buffalo

Page Image: Field of Buffalo

Taken by Jesse Worley on Buffalo Mountain Ranch somewhere around 2004. Jesse and his brother spent the entire day hiking the 4,500-acre ranch just outside of Abilene, climbing its highest peak and exploring its deepest springs, then came back after the sun had set for a night of pig and varmint hunting.