Posts Tagged ‘Bluebonnet’

As a native born Texan, I am proud of my state flower and look forward to it every spring. Traveling to smaller places away from urban sprawl, I usually encounter another favorite in search of bluebonnets, the Texas Longhorn. Let’s not forget Indian Paintbrushes, Buttercups, Winecups, Phlox, and various other wildflowers too. Then after a day of traveling the reward of a beautiful sunset. Peace! What more could one ask for? These photos were taken in the Ellinger, New Ulm, Industry,  and Welcome areas. Enjoy!

I took these in Brenham, Texas on my 2014 wildflower photo run. Visit the full album on my page.

2014 Albert Moyer, Jr.

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I took this photo at Memorial Park in Houston. This is a macro photo of the Texas state flower the bluebonnet.

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One of the best times of year in Texas is Spring. The temperatures are mild and the wild flowers are in bloom. This was taken in Brenham, Texas. Brenham has some of the best bluebonnets and is home to Blue Bell Ice Cream.

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Here is a close-up macro shot.

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