Texas Wildflowers Along the Fence

Texas Wildflowers Along the Fence – A field of Texas wildflowers along the fence in the hill country. The Texas hill country has some of the best wildflowers that appear from March through late summer. The indian blankets are some some of my favorite because they do seem to create a blanket effect over this area. The indian blanket or mexican hats grow to about two feet tall which allows them to be above the grasses.  There are a mix of indian blankets and some yellow wildflowers that appear to be part of the aster family maybe bear foot. In any case Texas has some of the best spring wildflower in a natural landscape around.

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Texas Wildflowers Along the Fence – A field of Texas wildflowers along the fence in the hill country. The Texas hill country has some of the best wildflowers that appear from March through late summer. The indian blankets are some some of my faviorate because they do seem to create a blanket effect over   area. There are a mix of indian blankets and some yellow wildflowers that appear to be part of the aster family maybe bear foot. In any case Texas has some of the best spring wildflower natural landscape around.

Sunset Over Hill Country Bluebonnets

Sunset Over Hill Country Bluebonnets – These Texas hill country bluebonnets capture the natural way wildflower grow every spring in this area. We captured this sunset sky over a field of Texas hill country bluebonnets with a backdrop of mesquite, oaks, and cedar trees. This was a hugh field of Texas bluebonnets on this ranch land that seem to pop at the end of the season after a rain event that seem to renew the wildflowers. We came back here many times because there were so many texas bluebonnets wildflowers for miles and miles in this area. These bluebonnets with a few poppies made a lovely texas landscape scene in the hill country. We love our bluebonnet in Texas but you never know where they might come up one year they will be so plentiful in some area and the next year you come back to the same area and nothing. Its always a mystery as to where they will show up we have been known to drive hundreds of miles looking for them every spring.

 

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We capture this sunset sky over a field of Texas hill country bluebonnets with a backdrop of mesquite, oaks, and cedar trees. This was a hugh field of bluebonnets on this ranch land that seem to pop at the end of the season after a rain event that seem to renew the wildflowers.  We came back here many times because there were so many texas bluebonnets wildflowers for miles and miles in this area.  These bluebonnets with a few poppies made a lovely texas landscape scene in the hill country.  We love our bluebonnet in Texas but you never know where they might come up one year they will be so plentiful in some area and the next you come back to the same area and nothing.  Its always a mystery as to where they will show up we have been known to drive hundreds of miles looking for them.

Texas Hill Country Wildflowers 2 

Texas Hill Country Wildflowers 2 – We came back to this location several times to capture Texas wildflowers as it was one of the better fields we found this year. This nice hill country image has bluebonnets and Indian paintbrush along hill so it was a nice look with the blue sky and wispy clouds. Texas hill country wildflowers are our favorite to capture because they are always are in such a natural setting. Texas wildflowers are very unpredictable as to where you will see them from one year to the next. We have gone to fields of bluebonnet that seem to be endless one year and the next year, not a flower in site This year was no exception except we had a lot of rain which did cause the grass to overtake the bluebonnets in some areas. This was one of the best locations this year so we came back several times. 3831

 

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Texas Hill Country Wildflowers 2 – We came back to this location several times to capture Texas wildflowers as it was one of the better fields we found this year. This nice hill country image has bluebonnets and Indian paintbrush along hill so it was a nice look with the blue sky and wispy clouds. Texas hill country wildflowers are our favorite to capture because they are always are in such a natural setting. Texas wildflowers are very unpredictable as to where you will see them from one year to the next. We have gone to fields of bluebonnet that seem to be endless one year and the next year not a flower in site This year was no exception except we had a lot of rain which did cause the grass to overtake the bluebonnets in some areas. This was one of the best locations this year so we came back several times. 3831

Texas Hill Country Wildflowers

This nice rural hill country image has bluebonnets and Indian paintbrush along this hillside with the blue sky and wispy clouds. Texas hill country wildflowers are our favorite to capture because they are always are in such a natural setting. Texas wildflowers are very unpredictable as to where you will see them from one year to the next. We have gone to fields of bluebonnet that seem to be endless one year and the next year, not a flower in site This year was no exception except we had a lot of rain which did cause the grass to overtake the bluebonnets in some areas too quick. This was one of the best locations this year so we came back several times.

 

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Texas Hill Country Wildflowers – We came back to this location several times to capture Texas wildflowers as it was one of the better fields we found this year. This nice hill country image has bluebonnets and Indian paintbrush along hill so it was a nice look with the blue sky and wispy clouds. Texas hill country wildflowers are our favorite to capture because they are always are in such a natural setting. Texas wildflowers are very unpredictable as to where you will see them from one year to the next. We have gone to fields of bluebonnet that seem to be endless one year and the next year not a flower in site This year was no exception except we had a lot of rain which did cause the grass to overtake the bluebonnets in some areas. This was one of the best locations this year so we came back several times.

Texas Backroad Bluebonnets

Texas Backroad Bluebonnets – We found this back country road in the Texas hill country with these lovely bluebonnets along this county road. This was our second trip to the area with a blue sky which gave us some nice contrast on the flowers. We had been traveling many of the backroad in the hill country looking for bluebonnets and wildflower before we found this road and we really like the bluebonnets in this area. Texas wildflowers are a seasonal thing that last a few weeks and one thing we have learn is that just when you think they have all gone to seed you may have a section somewhere that pops up later like these along this road. This too will pass as we notice they were starting to go seed by our seccond trip two days later so maybe we will see them again next year. We can only hope!

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Texas Backroad Bluebonnets – We found this back country road in the Texas hill country with these lovely bluebonnets along this county road. This was our second trip to the area with a blue sky which gave us some nice contrast on the flowers. We had been traveling many of the backroad in the hill country looking for bluebonnets and wildflower before we found this road and we really like the bluebonnets in this area. Texas wildflowers are a seasonal thing that last a few weeks and one thing we have learn is that just when you think they have all gone to seed you may have a section somewhere that pops up later like these along this road. This too will pass as we notice they were starting to go seed by our seccond trip two days later so maybe we will see them again next year. We can only hope!

Roadside Wildflowers

Happy Friday – Wildflowers Along the Roadside from 2016 of texas wildflowers along the roadside.  Texas bluebonnets and indian paintbrush in the Texas hill country on a beautiful spring day. It was a fiesta of color along the roadside with bluebonnets and indian paintbrush in the hill country.  Texas bluebonnet are one of our favorite wildflowers and we look forward to capturing them every year. This was a great year for wildflowers you could find them in abundance all along the roads in the Texas Hill Country from the foot hills of west Austin to Mason.  We took these of the Texas wildflowers along this road in the hill country near Llano in 2016 and we come back every year hoping to sees then this lush again but so far no luck. Springtime in texas is a great time with all the natural wildflowers growing along the roads and into the pastures but not every year is the same.  It seems that the bluebonnet come back thicket every couple of years! We can all thank Lady Bird Johnson help in getting all these wonderful road side bluebonnets  and wildflowers along our Texas roads.

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Wildflowers Along the Roadside – This roadside landscape was alive with color of blues and reds wildflowers along the road. We took these bluebonnets and indian paintbrush wildflowers along the road out in the Texas Hill Country near Llano. Springtime in texas is a great time with all the natural wildflowers growing everywhere. We can all thank Lady Bird Johnson for her push to get the Highway Beautification Act which is why we have so many beautiful wildflowers every spring.

Texas Bluebonnets and Longhorns

Texas Bluebonnets and Longhorns – Its always a good day when you can find texas bluebonnets and longhorns at the same time. We encounter this friendly longhorn who happen to be standing in this field of bluebonnets posed for his portrait which we were very pleased about in the Texas Hill country. We have come to this site more than a dozen times over the years and many times there are no longhorns or no flowers or both so we were lucky this year.Longhorns in the bluebonnets in the Texas hill country outside of Llano. Always a good day when you can see some longhorns in the bluebonnets in this great pasture of green grass not always the way it looks at this time of year. Just to get here we had to drive through a running creek up and around bumpy dirt roads with signs tellng you not to get of your car with a pistal on it. So it doesn’t matter if it is a county road or not. Texan don’t take to strangers sometimes. Then we Texas photographers will get the shot of wildflowers if possible sometimes at great risk.

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Texas Bluebonnets and Longhorns – Its always a good day when you can find texas bluebonnets and longhorns at the same time. We encounter this friendly longhorn who happen to be standing in this field of bluebonnets posed for his portrait which we were very pleased about in the Texas Hill country. We have come to this site more than a dozen times over the years and many times there are no longhorns or no flowers or both so we were lucky this year.Longhorns in the bluebonnets in the Texas hill country outside of Llano. Always a good day when you can see some longhorns in the bluebonnets in this great pasture of green grass not always the way it looks at this time of year. Just to get here we had to drive through a running creek up and around bumpy dirt roads with signs tellng you not to get of your car with a pistal on it. So it doesn’t matter if it is a county road or not. Texan don’t take to strangers sometimes. Then we Texas photographers will get the shot of wildflowers if possible sometimes at great risk.lol

Hill Country Texas Bluebonnets

We captured these wonderful bluebonnets west of Marble Falls in the Texas hill country. We pretty much thought that the bluebonnets were done for the season last year  in 2019 when had a good rain a few days before which brought out this wonderful ranch full of bluebonnets. Now we almost didn’t make the trip but we decided one more trip into the texas hill country and we were lucky we found this wonderful field. The wildflowers were thick with a few poppies and indian paintbrush but it was mostly texas bluebonnets with a back drop of mesquite trees which is what the hill country has a lot of.

 

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Hill Country Texas Bluebonnets : Prints Available  – We captured these wonderful bluebonnets west of Marble Falls in the Texas hill country. We pretty much thought that the bluebonnets were done for the season last year when a rain a few days before brought out this wonderful ranch full of bluebonnets. Now we almost didn’t make the trip but we decided one more trip into the texas hill country and we were lucky we found this wonderful field. The texas bluebonnets were thick with a few poppies and indian paintbrush but it was mostly texas bluebonnets with a back drop of mesquite trees which is what the hill country has a lot of. Also a small rusty post was in the ground and hanging from it was this horse shoe I guess it for good luck since we found this spot we felt like we had good luck too. To see more pictures of texas bluebonnets please visit our gallery on our website. beecreekphoto.com

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Bluebonnets in the Texas Hil Country – We came across this lush field of bluebonnets in the Texas Hill Country on a ranch off of hwy 71 west of Austin. The sun was starting to get lower in the sky and cast a golden glow over the trees as it was going down but with enough light left for the blueblonnets. These are texas bluebonnets that grow through out the state but the hill country has some of the best when its a good year.

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Bluebonnets in the Texas Hil Country – We came across this lush field of bluebonnets in the Texas Hill Country.  The sun was starting to get lower in the sky and cast a golden glow over the trees as it was going down but with enough light left for the blueblonnets. These are texas bluebonnets that grow through out the state but the hill country has some of the best when its a good year. It looks like this might be an average good year for the wildflowers so we are happy to finally see more flowers this year. We have had either drought or flooding both of which are not alway good for the bluebonnets and other wildflowers, however this years crop in the Texas hill country has been a pleasant surprise so far this year. You have appreciate how wonderful it is to take a drive in the hill country in springtime and see all these wonderful wildflowers just growing along the roads.  The wildflowers can be seen along the main highways in the cities or on the back country road anywhere from February through April.  We even have bluebonnet festivals just to show how much people in Texas love their wildflowers.

Poppies and Texas Bluebonnets – Poppies and Texas bluebonnets in the Texas hill country in late affternonn. We love this lone stalk of poppies with a backdrop of a field of texas bluebonnets on this ranch road. You can see the shadows as they cross over the field of bluebonnets with some bob wire and a horse shoe hanging on a post near by. Hanging the horse shoe on the post is suppose to mean good luck. So heres to having more good luck finding more texas wildflowers before the season ends

 

 

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Poppies and Texas Bluebonnets – Poppies and Texas bluebonnets in the Texas hill country in late afternonn. We love this lone poppie with a backdrop of a field of texas bluebonnets on this ranch road. You can see the shadows as they cross over the field of bluebonnets with some bob wire and a horse shoe hanging on a post near by. Hanging the horse shoe on the post is suppose to mean good luck. So heres to having more good luck finding more texas wildflowers before the season ends. That the kind of good luck we are hoping for! We had thought that the bluebonnet season was pretty much over and a few days of some rain and this great field popped up with some wonderful wildflowers to dazzle us one more time.  We were actually making our last round because the bluebonnets were pretty much going to seed everywhere we went but this field just popped up with new lush field of texas bluebonnets and few other texas wildflowers just beginning to show. For more pictures of bluebonnets check out our gallery bluebonnet gallery.

 

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Hill Country Texas Bluebonnets  – We captured these wonderful texas bluebonnets west of Marble Falls in the Texas hill country. We pretty much thought that the bluebonnets were done for the season last year when a rain a few days before brought out this wonderful ranch full of bluebonnets. Now we almost didn’t make the trip but we decided one more trip into the texas hill country and we were lucky we found this wonderful field. The bluebonnets were thick with a few poppies and indian paintbrush but it was mostly texas bluebonnets with a back drop of mesquite trees which is what the hill country has a lot of. Also a small rusty post was in the ground and hanging from it was this horse shoe I guess it for good luck since we found this spot we felt like we had good luck too. To see more pictures of bluebonnets please visit our gallery on our website. beecreekphoto.com

Bluebonnet Country Road – Bluebonnets line the road in this Texas hill country backroad with this natural wildflowers. Today we had a nice blue sky as the sun was getting lower in the west. You can see the texas lupine in most areas of the state but the hill country give you the more rugged natural backroads to see them on which is my preference. Spring is finally here as the trees are finally starting to bud in the texas hill country along with these beautiful wildflowers.

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Bluebonnet Country Road – Bluebonnets line the road in this Texas hill country backroad with this natural wildflowers. Today we had a nice blue sky as the sun was getting lower in the west. You can see the texas lupine in most areas of the state but the hill country give you the more rugged natural backroads to see them on which is my preference. Spring is finally here as the trees are finally starting to bud in the texas hill country along with these beautiful wildflowers.

Longhorn Close Up in Wildflowers – Texas wildflower and a Longhorn close up in the Texas hill country. We were driving the back roads and there was this small herd near Johnson City in a area with bluebonnets and indian paintbrush and this steer came in close to get a better look at us thankfully he was in the wildflowers. This longhorn seem slightly interested in what we were doing and wanted to get a better look before he meander away as all the other had done before him but he did posed for a few shots first standing in these texas lupines and paintbrush wildflowers.

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Longhorn Close Up in Wildflowers – Texas wildflower and a Longhorn close up in the Texas hill country. We were driving the back roads and there was this small herd near Johnson City in a area with bluebonnets and indian paintbrush and this steer came in close to get a better look at us thankfully he was in the wildflowers. This longhorn seem slightly interested in what we were doing and wanted to get a better look before he meander away as all the other had done before him but he did posed for a few shots first standing in these texas lupines and paintbrush wildflowers. As they all did after a short time he was moving on for greener grass away from our pesky camera. I think he was looking for a little cow candy but we didn’t have any so he lost interest pretty quick. We have come to love these longhorn cattle with these big impressive horns and when we can capture them in a field of texas wildflowers it is even better.

Big Bend Bluebonnets with Mule Ear – Big Bend bluebonnets with an octillo and shrubs with Mule Ear in the back ground. The bluebonnets were spectacular and this spot with the wildflowers growing in this desert landscape along side the octillo with the Chiso mountains was a nice landscape find. Just more pics of texas with these great bluebonnets.

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Big Bend Bluebonnets with Mule Ear – Big Bend bluebonnets with an octillo and shrubs with Mule Ear in the back ground. The bluebonnets were spectacular and this spot with the wildflowers growing in this desert landscape along side the octillo with the Chiso mountains was a nice landscape find. Just more pics of texas with these great bluebonnets.

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Big Bend Bluebonnets at Cerro Castillian – Bluebonnets at the base of the Cerro Castillian in Big Bend National Park. You can see the big bend bluebonnets are going up the slopes of this mountain side and we love this nice patch standing tall right in front. Big bend is a favorite park to visit and capture the wonderful vistas but this year with the wildflowers it is most memorable crop of big bend bluebonnets we have ever seen. We had a wet fall which most contribute to this abundant wildflowers in well over ten years. The big bend bluebonnet is a taller species of texas lupine and a lot hardier to be able to take the extreme conditions. Lupinus havardii is a species of lupine known by the common names Big Bend bluebonnet and Chisos bluebonnet which are native to Big Bend and the Chihuahua desert area of texas but it only grows in this region. Big Bend is in far west texas and border Mexico so from central texas it is a good seven hour drive just to capture these great pics of texas.

Big Bend Bluebonnets – Big Bend bluebonnets panorama in Big bend National Park as the wildflowers climb up the mountain sides. The bluebonnets on this ridge had the Santa Elena Canyon and Cerro Castillian as the distant landscape. There is nothing like a mountain back drop for your bluebonnet images. Texas Bluebonnets were thick on the mountian sides off the ross maxwell scenic drive so we stopped to get some roadside photos and the next thing we know we have walk a mile up the mountain side. It was one of those moments when you look in another direction and there are even more blueboonets on another hill side or along a ridge that you just have to get too. It was an amazing site.

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Big Bend Bluebonnets – Big Bend bluebonnets panorama in Big bend National Park as the wildflowers climb up the mountain sides. The bluebonnets on this ridge had the Santa Elena Canyon and Cerro Castillian as the distant landscape. There is nothing like a mountain back drop for your bluebonnet images. Bluebonnets were thick on the mountian sides off the ross maxwell scenic drive so we stopped to get some roadside photos and the next thing we know we have walk a mile up the mountain side. It was one of those moments when you look in another direction and there are even more blueboonets on another hill side or along a ridge that you just have to get too. It ws an amazing site. There were so many to be seen and such a short time to get the photos of the bluebonnets on our trip. There is just something about being in the presents of mountaiin and desert landscape and throw in some bluebonnets and it brings the kid out in you it is kind of a magical event. This species of lupine grows taller than other texas bluebonnets they are several feet tall and there stems and seeds are much larger than other bluebonnet plants. Some of the comman name for these bluebonnet are the big bend bluebonnet, big bend lupine, chiso bluebonnet, and havard bluebonnet to name a few. Regardless of what you call them they are a wonderful site to see in this desert landscape. We have heard about how great these bluebonnets have been in the past but this is the first time in ten years we have seen them like this. In the past we only found a few in small patches along the roads. We are glad we made the eight hour drive down to catch them before they are gone. For more pics of texas look through our other galleries.

Big Bend Bluebonnets Pano – Big Bend bluebonnets panorama in Big bend National Park as the wildflowers climb up the mountain sides. The texas bluebonnets on this ridge had the Santa Elena Canyon and Cerro Castillian as the distant landscape. There is nothing like a mountain back drop for your bluebonnet images. Texas Bluebonnets were thick on the mountian sides off the ross maxwell scenic drive so we stopped to get some roadside photos and the next thing we know we have walk a mile up the mountain side.

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Big Bend Bluebonnets Pano – Big Bend bluebonnets panorama in Big bend National Park as the wildflowers climb up the mountain sides. The bluebonnets on this ridge had the Santa Elena Canyon and Cerro Castillian as the distant landscape. There is nothing like a mountain back drop for your bluebonnet images. Bluebonnets were thick on the mountian sides off the ross maxwell scenic drive so we stopped to get some roadside photos and the next thing we know we have walk a mile up the mountain side. It was one of those moments when you look in another direction and there are even more blueboonets on another hill side or along a ridge that you just have to get too. It ws an amazing site. There were so many to be seen and such a short time to get the photos of the bluebonnets on our trip. There is just something about being in the presents of mountaiin and desert landscape and throw in some bluebonnets and it brings the kid out in you it is kind of a magical event. This species of lupine grows taller than other texas bluebonnets they are several feet tall and there stems and seeds are much larger than other bluebonnet plants. Some of the comman name for these bluebonnet are the big bend bluebonnet, big bend lupine, chiso bluebonnet, and havard bluebonnet to name a few. Regardless of what you call them they are a wonderful site to see in this desert landscape. We have heard about how great these bluebonnets have been in the past but this is the first time in ten years we have seen them like this. In the past we only found a few in small patches along the roads. We are glad we made the eight hour drive down to catch them before they are gone. For more pics of texas please look through our other landscape galleries.

Big Bend Bluebonnets Sunrise – The sunrise was just beginning to push through the clouds over the chiso mountain range near the landmark Cerro Castellan. The sky was getting this heavenly glow from the sun rays as they came through the sky just at the peak of the sun rising up. The Texas bluebonnets were flowing down the slope the valley below in this desert landscape scene. It was a cold morning to be standing and waiting for the sunrise to show and very quite till a coyotes pack began to yelp and howing right below us when a sudden sense of fear over came my other half as there were many yelps, all probably no more than 30 feet below us. Luckily for us they were not interested in us. Whew! This is a wild area and you are likely to run across all kinds of animals here including bear, wild hogs and mountain lions. Big Bend National Park was in full bloom with the big bend bluebonnets this year and it was lovely.

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Big Bend Bluebonnets Sunrise – The sunrise was just beginning to push through the clouds over the chiso mountain range near the landmark Cerro Castellan. The sky was getting this heavenly glow from the sun rays as they came through the sky just at the peak of the sun rising up. The Texas bluebonnets were flowing down the slope the valley below in this desert landscape scene. It was a cold morning to be standing and waiting for the sunrise to show and very quite till a coyotes pack began to yelp and howing right below us when a sudden sense of fear over came my other half as there were many yelps, all probably no more than 30 feet below us. Luckily for us they were not interested in us. Whew! This is a wild area and you are likely to run across all kinds of animals here including bear, wild hogs and mountain lions. Big Bend National Park was in full bloom with the big bend bluebonnets this year and it was lovely. This was the best year we have seen in our 10 plus years of coming here. The Big Bend bluebonnet or Chisos bluebonnet are the common name of this lupine. It is native to Texas and Chihuahua, where it can be found blooming from January through June. What surprised us were they were all over the hill sides and along the roads in thick patches. We were curious how they got so high up on the mountain sides. In any case it was a wonderful site to see and made us glad we came for this uniqu

Bluebonnets At Big Bend Church – Texas Bluebonnets at the Big Bend Church in Terlingua. We were on our way out and saw this great field of texas bluebonnets in front of the church and stopped to capture a few images. This year has been the best we have seen in the 10 plus years we have been coming down here.

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Bluebonnets At Big Bend Church – Bluebonnets at the Big Bend Church in Terlingua. We were on our way out and saw this great field of blue bonnets in front of the church and stopped to capture a few images. This year has been the best we have seen in the 10 plus years we have been coming down here.

Desert Bluebonnets 2 – The morning sunrise was just beginning to peak over the chiso mountain ridge with the landmark Cerro Castellan in view with the Texas bluebonnets on the bluff overlooking this desert landscape. The sunrise colors were popping a varied display of pre-dawn colors in Big Bend. Big Bend National Park was in full bloom with the desert bluebonnets the days we were there. This was the best year we have seen in our 10 plus years of coming here for bluebonnets. The Big Bend bluebonnet or Chisos bluebonnet are the common name of this Lupinus havardi. It is native to Texas and Chihuahua, where it can be found blooming from January through June.

 

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Desert Bluebonnets 2 – The morning sunrise was just beginning to peak over the chiso mountain ridge with the landmark Cerro Castellan in view with the Texas bluebonnets on the bluff overlooking this desert landscape. The sunrise colors were popping a varied display of pre-dawn colors in Big Bend. Big Bend National Park was in full bloom with the desert bluebonnets the days we were there. This was the best year we have seen in our 10 plus years of coming here for bluebonnets. The Big Bend bluebonnet or Chisos bluebonnet are the common name of this Lupinus havardi. It is native to Texas and Chihuahua, where it can be found blooming from January through June. What surprised us were they were all over the hill sides and along the roads in thick patches. We were curious how they got so high up on the mountain sides. In any case it was a wonderful site to see and look forward to more good years.

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Texas Windmill and Bluebonnets 419 – We capture this great field of texa bluebonnets with a wind mill in the background and this nice oak tree for a iconic texas scene. There are lot of windmills in Texas but finding them in a field of bluebonnets is not as common so we felt lucky. The Texas hill country has it fair share of windmills but most of the time they are near electric lines, or hidden behind trees are in a state of disrepair from years of storms and high winds not in a field of bluebonnets so today we are lucky.. Today we found a nice one with a few clouds in the blue sky and nice field of wildflowers. This is the iconic Texas landscape scenery in the hill country in spring. If we could of just got a longhorn it would of been perfect.

Sunset Glow over Texas Bluebonnets Pano – Texas bluebonnets at sunset in the hill country with cactus, a windmill, and a sunset in a panorama. On one of the many back roads we traveled over the last six weeks is a great last minute find with this great field of texas bluebonnets and other wildflowers. It is always a delight when we can find a nice field of texas bluebonnets wildflowers with prickly pear cactus and a windmill with a great sunset in the sky for that traditional Texas Hill country landscape.

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Sunset Glow over Texas Bluebonnets Pano – Texas bluebonnets at sunset in the hill country with cactus, a windmill, and a sunset in a panorama. On one of the many back roads we traveled over the last six weeks is a great last minute find with this great field of texas bluebonnets and other wildflowers. It is always a delight when we can find a nice field of texas bluebonnets wildflowers with prickly pear cactus and a windmill with a great sunset in the sky for that traditional Texas Hill country landscape. This is the iconic Texas scenery in the hill country that we have come to expect. The blue bonnet season is coming to an end for the bluebonnets in the hill country but just around the corner is the other wildflowers that should be popping up shortly to take it place.

Bluebonnet Sunset Glow – A cedar wood fence with texas bluebonnets, an oak tree at sunset make a nice texas hill country landscape. The bluebonnet were growing in front of this wonderful old oak tree as the sunsets cast its golden ray through the fence giving a hint of light over the wildflowers. Spring is here and the bluebonnet is the first sign that it is here.

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Bluebonnet Sunset Glow – A cedar wood fence with texas bluebonnets, an oak tree at sunset make a nice texas hill country landscape. The bluebonnet were growing in front of this wonderful old oak tree as the sunsets cast its golden ray through the fence giving a hint of light over the wildflowers. Spring is here and the bluebonnet is the first sign that it is here. We have traveled the backroads of the hill country always searching for good locations and today we found another good spot for the perfect texas bluebonnet landscape. In Texas the bluebonnet along with other wildflowers start coming out in the southern part of the state around Feb and slowly move north through May. Then we have the summer wildflower that start popping up but most consider the bluebonnet as the main attraction if we can find other flowers thats even better, but we gotta see the blue bonnets or we feel empty without it. In any case this was a great catch for a traditional texas bluebonnet landscape, It been a pretty good year but it fading fast in the hill country all good things must come to and end. Well at least till next year!

 

Bluebonnet Sunset Landscape Pano – We came back here the next day and waited around for sunset to capture this image of this texas bluebonnet field in the Texas Hill Country in a panorama. The sunset was going down in the sky it create this violet pink colors across the sky over this lush field of bluebonnets for a great landscape scene from the texas hill country. This ranch with these texas bluebonnets just erupted when we were beginning to think the bluebonnet season was pretty much over in the Texas Hill country after a couple days of rain it just show up. So this wonderful field of texas wildflower with a sprinkling of indian paintbrush and poppies and of course mesquite growing along with the bluebonnet

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Bluebonnet Sunset Landscape Pano – We came back here the next day and waited around for sunset to capture this image of this texas bluebonnet field in the Texas Hill Country in a panorama. The sunset was going down in the sky it create this violet pink colors across the sky over this lush field of bluebonnets for a great landscape scene from the texas hill country. This ranch with these texas bluebonnets just erupted when we were beginning to think the bluebonnet season was pretty much over in the Texas Hill country after a couple days of rain it just show up. So this wonderful field of texas wildflower with a sprinkling of indian paintbrush and poppies and of course mesquite growing along with the bluebonnet The curving ranch road through the property added a little interest to this wonderful lush field of bluebonnet wildflowers in the hill country. Also note a rusted post with the horse shoe hanging on it, I suppose for good luck. Texans love their texas bluebonnets or lupines and this field is why we can’t get enough of them. They pop up year after year but not always in the same spot it kind of like a treasure hunt every year.

Texas Bluebonnets with Oak Tree – A wonderful old oak tree among a field of texas bluebonnets down near Poteet Texas south of San Antonio. There were a lot of field of wildflowers in this area but most had been overtaken by the poppies. There were a few in this field but it was the best we saw. All thats here is texas wildflowers bluebonnets, an oak tree, mesquite tree in the distance with a few poppies mixed in on this ranch in south texas.

 

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Texas Bluebonnets with Oak Tree – A wonderful old oak tree among a field of texas bluebonnets down near Poteet Texas south of San Antonio. There were a lot of field of wildflowers in this area but most had been overtaken by the poppies. There were a few in this field but it was the best we saw. All thats here is texas wildflowers bluebonnets, an oak tree, mesquite tree in the distance with a few poppies mixed in on this ranch in south texas.

Texas Longhorn in the Wildflowers

Texas Longhorn in the Wildflowers – We have come back to this location many times trying to get the longhorns in the wildflowers. They seem to like to take a siesta in the middle of the day so today we were able to capture this one just as he laid down in the wildflowers. You can see a few bluebonnets still hanging on but with all the new yellow wildflowers like I believe these may be black eye susans along with some Indian blankets and may other wildflowers. Of course the one laying in the flowers had to be the far away but no fear we put on the big lens to capture him. Wildflowers and longhorns what could be better than that.

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Texas Longhorn in the Wildflowers 9729 – We have come back to this location many times trying to get the longhorns in the wildflowers. This is another capture of the same steer as he was getting ready for his afternoon siesta in the middle of the day, so today we were able to capture this one just as he laid down in the wildflowers. You can see a few bluebonnets still hanging on but with all the new yellow wildflowers like I believe these may be black eye susans along with some Indian blankets and may other wildflowers. Of course the one laying in the flowers had to be the far away but no fear we put on the big lens to capture him. Wildflowers and longhorns what could be better than that.