Last weekend The Big Guy took a drive the The Hill Country looking for wild flowers. Did not see many blue bonnets.We did see a lot of Indian Blankets.
The Inktober prompt for today is wisp. According to Merriam-Webster dictionary one definition for wisp is : "something frail, slight, or fleeting". It made me think of the little rock daisies I would find in the pastures of our farm.
The Inktober theme for this post is legend. One of my favorite stories is the The Legend of the Bluebonnet. Like most Texans I love wildflowers especially bluebonnets. We love bluebonnets so much we even made them the state flower of Texas. In the spring time when the bluebonnets are out it isn't uncommon to … Continue reading Inktober 2019: Legend
The other day I was driving to work and noticed patches of beautiful pink wild flowers. One of the things I miss most about Texas is the spring time. That is when the wild flowers are in bloom. The mixture of Bluebonnets, Indian Paintbrushes with the green grass is just absolutely beautiful. Our first several … Continue reading On Wild Flowers
I'm having computer issues this week, so I am recycling some pictures. My first thought G is for green. Of course green makes me think of trees. Tree near Lake Alice covered with Spanish Moss. You can see the bat house in the background. Green trees in front of Castillo de San Marcos (Old Spanish … Continue reading G is for Green
Spring time in Texas means wild flowers. Bluebonnets are my favorite wild flowers. In the spring time, Texas is not only green but bursting with blues, pinks, yellows and other colors. Since moving to Florida I have really missed the wild flowers. Last year I was able to go home in April and got to … Continue reading Sky Watch Friday: Wild Flowers