Paintbrush and Bluebonnets

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Paintbrush and Bluebonnets.
This is the time of year that the roadsides and fields in Texas are filled with wildflowers. Mainly Indian Paintbrush and Bluebonnets but there are often others mixed in as well. The best place for viewing is the Texas Hill Country region. We drove from Austin to Kerrville which is pretty much one of the prime areas. We also drove through the Texas Wine Country, which I didn’t know existed, but is a large area and very beautiful as well. We stopped in several areas to photograph large areas or fields of wildflowers. This particular area was beside the parking lot of a Century 21 Office on Hwy 290.
Tamron SP 90mm Di VC USD 1:1 Macro lens (Model F017) on a Canon 5Diii, Manual Exposure Mode, Spot metering, f8, ISO 100, resulting in a shutter speed of 1/250th of a second, processed in Lightroom CC. #withmytamron

2 Responses to “Paintbrush and Bluebonnets”

  1. David,

    I hope Robert treated you well…. I know how Robert can be… just joking he is a great guy and my main sales guy at Precision.

    The wildflowers have been the best since maybe 2012 due to our drought but we have broken it’s back finally. If you ever come back during the season drop me an email and I would be happy to show you around…more than just a Real Estate Office’s parking lot.

    Shame on Robert….lol.

    • lilybug1960 Says:

      Robert is great! The wildflowers were fantastic! I hope to make a trip back there in the next few years, maybe next year just to shoot. I will definitely drop you a line. I would love to have had a day to drive and shoot. Thanks.

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