First Bluebonnetts of the year!

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  1. LittleMan

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    Spring is finally here! :mrgreen:

    They made it through the rocky soil! :)

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    Hope you like them! :)
     
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    I do! I do! I do! :D
    Now I feel I need to climb down into the vault and find the slides of my two in the Texan bluebonnets at Brennan 10 years ago...
     
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    dude sweet. i got some of those too, we just got ours like a week or so ago.
     
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    Thanks for the series. We don't have blue bonnets here so I found the series informative. I had before seen pictures of large groups of them, but never before isolated plants or close-ups. I think it's interesting that the blooms seem to be at the periphery (sp?) of the plant, and that their leaves are similar to cincfoil leaves. And your close-ups of the blooms show me exactly what they look like. Yep, learned a lot!
     
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    Thanks everyone! :)
     
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    I love the colours of the flowers against the rocky soil. They almost look like they've been selectively colourised. Lovely stuff.
     
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    Thanks! :)
     
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    Who can tell where the colour slides from our trip to the States in 1995 have gone? Unless you help me find them, I can't put up the pics of my two in the bluebonnets near Brennan in Texas.... Has anyone taken the box of slides????
     
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    good series littleman, spring has just brought ours too, love the colours..
     
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    What a change from these to the newer thread on the bluebonnets in your backyard, Chris! Now there are soooooo many!
    I think I'll go in search of those old colour slides now.... though they can't compete with these in quality AT ALL (cr***** camera, for one...)
     
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    I love the colors in the last one. Nice shots fellow Texan!
     

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