Bluebonnet Images and Native Plant Week in Texas

September 1, 2013

The week of October 20-26 is Native Plant Week in Texas. I’ve teamed with the Native Plant Society of Texas by sharing some of my Texas Wildflower images to help promote this week. Their motto is “native plants = healthy habitats.” You can read more about their efforts at txnativeplantweek.org.

Of several images they are using, one is from Guadalupe Mountains National Park and depicts a yucca in front of El Capitan, Texas’ 8th highest point. This national park is about an hour’s drive north of Van Horn, Texas, and is the middle of the Chihuahua Desert.

Guadalupe Mountains National Park is featured in this Texas image.

El Capitan rises from the desert in this image from Texas.

Another picture helping promote Native Plant week is a Texas wildflower image showing a deer in a field of bluebonnets. This bluebonnet image was captured in the Texas Hill Country in the Spring of 2012.

Bluebonnets in the Texas Hill Country make for nice pictures

A deer looks at me looking at him in this bluebonnet image taken in the Texas Hill Country

For more Texas Wildflowers Images, see the Bluebonnets and Wildflowers Gallery.

For more Images from Texas, check out my Images from Texas website.

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