Wildflowers of Texas Hill Country

May 04, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

After exploring Big Bend National Park, we stopped in Kerrville (outside of San Antonio) to visit with some of my cousins. The hope this time was to see some wildflowers that are legendary in the Hill Country part of Texas during the spring. The last time we were in the area during the spring, we were lucky to see any wildflower, due to the drought Texas was experiencing. This year, with the drought over, the wildflowers were supposed to be fantastic. And we weren't disappointed. 

 

My favorite Texas cousin Tom gladly drove us all over the place in search of great shows of wildflowers, stopping whenever and wherever I asked him. Below are some of the images I was able to capture. Most of these were just right along the side of the road, although some of the roads were well off the main highway.

 

Wildflowers North of CastellWildflowers North of Castell Willow City Loop WildflowersWillow City Loop Wildflowers Willow City Loop WildflowersWillow City Loop Wildflowers Wildflowers on Highway 16Wildflowers on Highway 16 Carpet of BlueCarpet of Blue Blue and Red ForeverBlue and Red Forever Yellow and Blue FieldYellow and Blue Field Wildflowers North of CastellWildflowers North of Castell Honeymoon Ranch Road WildflowersHoneymoon Ranch Road Wildflowers More Willow City WildflowersMore Willow City Wildflowers Wildflowers on Highway 16Wildflowers on Highway 16

 

Occasionally, the Hill Country has some beautiful sunrises also.

Hill Country SunriseHill Country Sunrise Hill Country Sunrise 2Hill Country Sunrise 2


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