Monday, April 22, 2013
Waves and Waves of Yellow
This is the time of year wildflowers cover the hills and road sides of the Blackland Prairie. Today, yellow was the predominant color for miles and miles.
The last few weeks bluebonnets, the Texas State Flower, have been the color most noticeable.
Then came the pink primrose...
As much as I would like to identify the yellow coreopsis-like flower, I could not decide on it's identity. If you would like to click HERE, you can see my dilemma. The delicate maroon colored flower is a Wine Cup.
I decided to sit down on the ground and let the wild Texas grass and flowers surround me.
At that moment, everything seemed so perfect......