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Thursday, March 26, 2015

Texas Bluebonnets


Bluebonnets.....the State flower of Texas!!






The covered fields of Bluebonnets are always.... absolutely Breath taking!!

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Wait a minute.....do you know what happens when a person tries to multitask??  Sometimes, multitasking does not work.   Especially, when your focus is being strained on another task.  

I wasn't even finished with this post and I somehow POSTED it.

These pictures were taken last year as Sam and I traveled to Waxahachie to see the Bluebonnets.

I am hoping to make a trip to South Texas to see them again this year.  

I am amazed at the fragrance that streams through the air....when visiting the enormous fields of Blue.   

Joining Good Fences today!





Shug !

22 comments:

Ginny said...

OH!!!! I love Bluebonnets and they have a special place in my heart. I know I will never see a real one, so pictures are all I will have. These are gorgeous!! Close to you?

Laurie said...

Breath taking, indeed. They are absolutely gorgeous!

TexWisGirl said...

wow! you're SO far ahead of us! we've not seen one bloom, yet, but the plants are getting bigger, finally!

Linda Kay said...

Shug, here in the Hill Country, we are just beginning to see them pop out. Just need a few more days.

Margaret Adamson said...

Love your header and Blue Bonnets

Knipsa Passtscho said...

Hard to find the fence between all those beautiful flowers :))
Have a wonderful day
【ツ】Knipsa

Knipsa Passtscho said...

PS: Love your spring header! :))

Ruth Hiebert said...

That must be a spectacular scene to see fields of these flowers.

Wanda said...

So beautiful. One of my blog friends Linda from Texas is an wonderful artist...and she painted a wagon wheel with lots of bluebonnets.

Those are wonderful pictures.

BTW I've posted before I was ready too...HaHa

Patricia @ Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

My birthday bouquet had something very similar to bluebonnets in it. ;)
My daughter has about 3 acres ...and swears they were from her property.
I love seeing the fields pop blue!

enjoy your drive to see them!

Michelle said...

These are so beautiful!

Patricia @ Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

I know what you mean about posting too early... the only thing worse, is posting and then regretting it!

... I think I may have posted already, but, not sure it went...can't remember. LOL!

Anyway-- my birthday bouquet had something very closely resembling blue bonnets... ;)
Daughter swears it came from her pasture...
have fun driving the trail... to see the bluebonnets

Stephanie said...

I adore the Bluebonnets! I have seen them in friend's photos of them. Gorgeous images!

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Hi Shug, your Bluebonnet photos are gorgeous. I love them too and last year we were in RoundTop and they were beautiful!
We looked today for some here but they are late this year. Probably due to the harsh winter. I hope to get some pics when they bloom. Yesterday I found some to plant at the garden center and found a spot in my garden to try. Hope they take hold and bloom.
Wishing you a wonderful weekend.
Hugs and Blessings, CM

Ida said...

Now that's a real treat to see beyond a fence. They are gorgeous.

Gert said...

Your blue Bonnets are so beautiful! I've never seen them before, but would love to someday! (by the way...I love your new header..so springy!)

Blessings,
Gert

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Oh, I'm READY for them!! Beautiful photos, Shug!! blessings ~ tanna

sharon said...

Love, Love, Love me some Texas Bluebonnets. Great pics

Betsy Adams said...

Oh how I love Bluebonnets. When I lived in Texas, we would drive to Brenham and Chapel Hill JUST to see the Bluebonnets... I have such good memories of seeing them... Makes me homesick for Texas!

Hugs,
Betsy

Felicia said...

Wow they are soooooo beautiful.

Kimmie said...

Breathtaking! Isn't nature bloomin' marvelous? :)

Gail Dixon said...

I couldn't wait to open this post when I saw the title! I was just telling Double D this weekend, that although I love the azaleas and wisteria in bloom right now, I sorely miss the Texas Bluebonnets. Thank you, thank you! We did the Ennis tour one year and they were spectacular.

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