Spring Flowers

A good friend of mine, and fellow WordPress blogger, has talked me into getting up before dawn tomorrow in order to shoot a field of bluebonnets as the sun rises. I am neither a flower guy nor a morning person, but I will jump at any chance to get into the country and shoot something new. In preparation for the shoot I took a walk along the banks of Turtle Creek here in Uptown Dallas and shot every flower I could find. Here are a few of the better ones. I have not looked up the names of any of the flowers here but you, the reader, can let me know what they are if you feel so inclined. Enjoy.

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It looks like a forest floor but it’s actually about twenty feet from a four lane thruway.

Can you see the wee bug in the picture?

Can you see the wee bug in the picture?

Delicate

Delicate

Rocky throwing me some shade.

Rocky throwing me some shade.

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I took this one a while back but it fits the theme for the day.

I took this one a while back but it fits the theme for the day.

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Stay Tuned for the Bluebonnets…

 

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