Monday, June 21, 2010

Fields of Wildflowers


KP, baby h and I went riding around one evening and as we topped a hill we drove right onto a field of wildflowers. The site was stunning. My pictures probably don't do it justice but I wanted to share them with you.

I went back the next morning and caught the scene just after sunrise.

Hope you enjoy.


As I drove through the pastures I saw the cows begin to make their way to their favorite grazing spots.



I found this little youngster, he's cute in a bully sort of way.

You can see the field of wildflowers just past the canyon.

See it?

There it is again, just over the hills.

follow the tracks, we're almost there,



through the wild plume thicket,




and here we are. :))













and now for some computer editing fun






6 comments:

Galloping Goats Farm said...

Very pretty! And photo editing is so much fun isn't it? I recently did some of my soaps and posted them on my blog. Shannon

Lori S. said...

Gorgeous pics! Thanks for the nice comment on my blog. Following back :)

~Lori@live,laugh,love,create :)

Debbie said...

I LOVE TEXAS, don't you?!?

Laurie said...

Hi there!
I came to your blog from Texas Blogging Gals. We are moving to Seminole, Texas mid-July and I have been trying to learn more and more about the state. I was born and raised in New England and am a little nervous about our move - especially because the land is so different. BUT - your beautiful pictures on this post settled my heart! The wildflowers are beautiful and the scenery is breathtaking. I'm so glad the area has so much to offer. I'm looking forward to moving and following some new Texas gals! See you again soon :)

Gail at Victorian at Heart said...

I love this post. Makes me want to be a country girl. Your pictures are beautiful and your view is amazing. Thanks for sharing this lovely setting.

Gerry's Soap N Stuff said...

I have been through Texas, in my travels, several times and it is one place I always want to go back to. These pictures give me a nudge :). New follower, Gerry

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