*Everything's Better With Bluebonnets On It.*

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Chris10 © on April 23, 2014

Why are these Bluebonnets growing there so overwhelming Henry. What are they doing with all that flowers? Is this countryland there only for the flowers? Tell me... I think they are in full bloom after a couple of weeks :(

Henry Scoggin on April 23, 2014

There are lots of natural pasture land that people don't farm. They just have a few cows on these for tax exemptions. This hilly area can't really be plowed because it would be prone to erosion. In these areas the wildflowers tend to do their own things and just get thicker and thicker over the years. The flowers are just a bonus for all of us to see. Nothing is done with the flowers, they will go to seed soon and some others will show up during the summer.

els f-two on April 23, 2014

how great is this.....!!!wow......!

Henry Scoggin on April 23, 2014

Els, I was pretty mesmerized. There are wildflowers that grow every where I drive in Texas, but these are some of the best in the state. This year was the first time I went to these trails but it wont be the last. ;-)

Pom' Angers on April 24, 2014

1* 2 :^)

jockswa on April 24, 2014

A great time to be alive in Texas!! And we thought we had amazing carpets of blooms!

Henry Scoggin on April 24, 2014

I overheard some other photographers saying that this is the best they have seen in the area in several years.

Henry Scoggin on April 24, 2014

Thanks Pom!

jlcabaço (TravelJLC.… on July 24, 2014

Um trabalho extraordinário que aqui fez!

gosto҉.. Precioso registo.


Melhores cumprimentos de Portugal. jlc

Henry Scoggin on July 25, 2014

Thanks again! :-)

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  • Uploaded on April 22, 2014
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    by Henry Scoggin
    • Camera: NIKON COOLPIX P510
    • Taken on 2014/04/19 10:44:47
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/1250)
    • Focal Length: 4.90mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.100
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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