Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Wildflowers in Texas.....


it is definitely Spring here in Texas, the bluebonnets are in full bloom,
which means drives into the hill country to see the rolling fields filled with
these blossoms, 



cows grazing right in the middle of the fields...
a scene so common to us it's comforting.




some things should never change.







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26 comments:

  1. These pictures are glorious. But if I saw that cow (steer?) grazing in a field... I'd run the other way!

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  2. Did you take these amazing pictures? So lovely.

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    1. Come on down, Jen. I've got plenty of room for you.
      xx's

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  4. Absolutely fabulous pictures! I've always wanted to visit the Texas hill country! Maybe some day soon! Thanks for sharing these!

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  5. Wow,....HOW much I want to b there!!!

    Marsha,dear:-)*

    Your images from Texas are beyond fantatsic.....I cn smell these flowers via your post!!!

    Thank you for avery cute color in my deaily life,

    Wish you a very wonderful week,my dear friend:-)))*

    Much Love,
    ***Violetta***

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  6. It would be wonderful to see this beautiful flower sea in reality Marsha! Hope you are doing well.
    Hugs and love from Lene

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  7. I used to love seeing the bluebonnets in bloom in Texas when I would travel there as a little girl. You are right-- some things should never change. I love Texas! Thank you for sharing, for your visit, and for following over at my place.

    Xo,
    Keri

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  8. Wow...these flowers are stunning!! It certainly makes me feel like Spring is here! Thanks for sharing, Marsha!

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  9. Gorgeous photos... we are so lucky to live in Texas. I'm driving to Austin this weekend and look forward to seeing lots of these.

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    1. Have a wonderful time in the hills. It is really pretty now. xx's Katie....

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  10. WOW!!! what beautiful photos ... the colour of the blue bonnets just pop! espicially loving the photos with the cow and the horse. xo C. (HHL)

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  11. I have a trip to San Antonio planned in November, wish it was in springtime. Just to see the flowers. I must say, I love the music selections. What is the first one that comes up. The piano soloist. Beautiful and relaxing.

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  12. Growing up in Tyler, Texas I remember the beautiful Blue Bonnets and Indian Paintbrush. Thank you for the beautiful pictures!

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  13. This seems like "photoshop"! but there is NO WAY!!

    Spectacular is putting it mildly!'

    Completely gorgeous nature!

    Here; there are so many birds nesting everywhere! (in our nest boxes! I will send out a blog when the 9 eggs of the mallards in our nest box hatch!!!

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  14. Marsha that is so beautiful! Lucky you to be able to drive to see such splendor!

    Hugs!
    Debra

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  15. I am now, officially, homesick! My aunt and uncle live in Dripping Springs, actually in the hills outside the small town that is outside of Austin. I have seen these sites in person and they are spectacular! Thanks, dear Marsha, for beginning my day with a song in my heart! "Deep In The Heart of Texas"! Melissa

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  16. WOW is this what they really look like? Gorge!

    Ali of

    www.dressingken.com

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  17. I've never sen as many blue bonnets as we did this year at Round Top...just gorgeous. Fun watching all the cars pulled over and people taking pictures...I'm sure some beautiful shots. XO, Mona

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  18. This is most beautiful sight! Unbelievable beauty! I wish I was there (:
    Photos taken there must be so romantic.., perfect wedding scenery? Blue Texas for something blue(:

    Hugs z

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  19. This looks so beautiful and so very peaceful :)

    Hayfa
    http://chic-and-cliche.blogspot.com/
    http://twitter.com/HayfaMk

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  20. Oh my goodness. This is just amazing. Thanks so much for sharing it with us. Would love to see it firsthand some time.

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  21. Incredible photos Marsha! Since I grew up on a farm it's second nature for me to see cows and horses in the fields. That's quite a longhorn there. These would make outstanding paintings! Thank you for your lovely blog post.

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  22. These are beautiful images....wish I could be there and see it first hand...so pretty!

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