It is at the end of January 2017 and I am looking at bluebonnet images from previous years planning where to go this season. Spring is just around the corner only a few weeks away. Here are a few of our favorites from previous years.
This was another one of the bluebonnet sunset from Muleshoe Park from the first year of bluebonnets which is located outside of Austin in the Hill Country. This whole field was endlless bluebonnets, broken up only by the salt cedar growing along it edge. It was extremely fragrant too, but by the next year this field did not come back there were still plenty of bluebonnets, but not like the first year where the bluebonnets seem to go off into the sunset. Now of course this whole area is under water so it may be years before we see bluebonnets there again if ever. Hanging on to our memories of the perfect bluebonnet fields. (Tod Grubbs & Cynthia Hestand)
We captured this gorgeous sunset landscape with the bluebonnets one evening while at a county park along the Colorado river in Texas. The colors of the sky that came out with the sunset were beautiful with the oranges, pinks and reds. Couldn't ask for a better sunset over the Texas wildflowers along the waters edge. (Tod Grubbs & Cynthia Hestand)