They do make for lovely combinations. Beatiful shots!
I do love those Texas wild flowers.Hopefully I am back in the right century :)
Wow...they are gorgeous! I love your field of wildflower dream!!!
...it's a quaint name, Bluebonnets, and they look like Lupins, I wonder if they are the same? Paintbrushes too, a wonderful name - are they safe for the horses to eat? You won't run short of fresh flowers for indoors
Wow such beautiful flowers...lovely colors...Tex you made my day!! :)
I can't imagine Texas without the spring bluebonnets!
I LOVE the combination of the red and blue!
They are both beautiful. I like that there is a combo.
These are so beautiful. I wish I had some in our pasture!
Sure is pretty!
If you see a field of bluebonnets and Indian paintbrush, you've gotta be in Texas.
They really are pretty! What I would give that my yard was full of them, instead of the awful stink-weed that we have.
They are both beautiful! I think I probably told you that we have friends who generally come to TX each spring to see the bluebonnet blooms. They evidently made a huge impression on them.
Paint Brush and Bluebonnets are so pretty.Thanks for sharing this great beauty with us. Hugs,JB
Beautiful wild flowers, I love it.Greetings Irma
A delightful field of such pretty flowers. They blend so beautifully and are each so lovely to see. They are made up of many little parts too.I look forward to your other posts about them T :D)
Oh, wow. We do have wildflowers, but not these.
these are gorgeous and funny how they've each a dominant field, I wonder how they communicated this arrangement.
What a gorgeous setting!!!!
The front pasture look fabulous. Lucky you to look out on Mother Nature at it's best. Have a marvellous Monday.Best wishes Molly
Dearest Theresa;Bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrushes in the pasture look gorgeous and beautiful♡♡♡Looikng forward to seeing yur other flower posts!!!Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan to my American photographer friend, xoxo Miyako*
Such beauty in wild flowers!xo Catherine
Such beauty --- and to grow wild. Amazing...!
so pretty! love the colors!! ( :
just be glad in blog land i don't have these beauties anywhere close to me because the blog would be clogged with shots of them... i am wanting to madly snap just looking at your photos. i wonder if i could crow a paintbrush in a bucket here.
They are indeed beautiful. And it's good they play well together, as you pointed out. :-)
I've got bluebonnets today on my blog too. They've been difficult to photograph this year. I don't know why. Ours are going to seed and the grass around them has gotten so tall they're difficult to see. We have tons of paintbrushes this year, thanks to you. A neighbor has even asked for seed so we'll share with her. We've had a few solid white ones. Albinos? Have you experienced that?
I didn't see any blue bonnets or paint brushes. All I saw were flowers. ;-)
beautiful. do Zim and Gem graze there?
The first time I saw a field of bluebonnets I knew this Wisconsin girl had become a true Texan and not just one on paper - they are incredible. I love the blend of paintbrushes with them - it's like having a living Monet painting right in your own backyard, you lucky girl!
they are beautiful. our fields are still bright with paintbrush and the bluebonnets in the yard are still pretty even if they are both on the downside.
Yes, they do play well together.
I have often heard how beautiful those particular wildflowers are. Your photos do them justice, just gorgeous! Thanks for stopping by and leaving me a comment on my blogging problem, very much appreciated :) Have a great week!
How beautiful! And especially the mix of the two. Ah springtime!
oh don't they just look so beautiful! Isn't spring just heavenly!
Wow such beautiful flowers...lovely colors...
I just love the colors of Spring.
Oh, spring has come with a beautiful palette of colour! I think I like the Paintbrushes best!
A wonderful carpet...
Wow, both are just gorgeous. Love the combo.
what a beautiful field of wildflowers!
Wow, what a beautiful sight.
Wow, these are gorgeous pictures of the spring flowers. It must look so beautiful in person. I hope you have a great week ahead. Pam
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Wow, your paintbrush are different than ours. That is my favorite flower. I will have pictures tomorrow on the blog of our Indian paintbrush.
Great colors but all I can think about is ticks and chiggers! LOL
Very pretty, Theresa - I like them both, and they sure add some nice color to the grasses.
You made my morning, so beautiful. I have always loved the Indian Paintbrush, Blessings Francine.
And I'm guessing they require very little maintenance.
Wow! Fields of incredible art right in your back yard! Just beautiful!
I love them both! So gorgeous!
Beautifully photographed Texas wildflowers!
I always look forward to this time of year from you
So very pretty!I wish my entire yard looked like that. :)
They do look beautiful together. Wildflowers are up and running. YAY! MB
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The two colors work well together. It's great to see fields of flowers. I'd have a hard time picking a preference.
The beautiful flowering meadows. I am delighted with them. Greetings.
Beautiful colours of Spring! Have a nice day!
I'm not sure I could choose between the two. How beautiful to have your pasture in bloom!
Both are so beautiful-- I don't think I could pick a favorite. They look gorgeous together. This would be my favorite time of year in Texas. :-) Do the wildflowers carry a scent?
Those are very pretty flowers!
Such beautiful Spring flowers Tex!Gorgeous pictures!Dimi...
Oh how beautiful!
Beautiful, colorful flowers!! I love them!!
How wonderful! The colours are so pretty.
We are finally seeing pops of green up here. Thank goodness for Spring!
Hi Theresa, Exquisite flowers! I do miss that about not living in TX any longer. Yes, the Indian Paintbrush blossoms are lovely! Have a great day and enjoy your meadow!
They are both so beautiful! :-)
HI Tex These are wonderful colourful meadows
Love to see what pops up through the grassy fields of spring in different parts of the country. Beautiful colors!!!
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Just beautiful. They certainly look nice in your pastures.
I always enjoy when your pastures start blooming. The flowers are so pretty.
I miss the Texas paintbrushes and bluebonnets. Gorgeous photos.
Wow, these are so pretty! I would have a tough time choosing which flower I liked best. I can almost feel the warmth of the sunlight in your image closeup of the Indian Paintbrush. :-)~Lindy
My Favorite time of year in my virtual through you Texas experience.
What a gorgeous sight!
Your pastures become a huge flower garden.
They are both beautiful, Tex!
Gorgeous! My husband will be in Texas this week, hope he gets to see some.
It is spring time in Texas when the bluebonnets bloom!✿♥ღLindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
Wow! Great flowery post! Flowers can never fail!
Ahh such beauty to behold!!
Go Wendy Davis!
Beautiful beautiful flowers!
Love your wild flowers. We have the paint brush here but we don't have blue bonnets. We do have blue lupines that look similar to them though.
Lovely contrast with pink and blue, and waving grasses. Your spring has really bloomed today. Cheers, Jean.
What fun wild flowers. I cant wait to plant in our front yard.
Beautiful flowers there you have, a wonderful spectacle.
Aren't they so beautiful, love 'em.
These are so very pretty. We rode thru the country today and I thought of you because we passed some gates/fences, horses etc. No good place to pull over for a photo but it was a pretty Spring ride!Look forward to you sharing more of these wildflowers.
No one caring for them, tending to them or fussing over them. But year after year, they come back and they look more beautiful then the year before. You just have to take pause for a minute, and really embrace the miracle that is nature!!Your shots are really stunning, with gorgeous light!!
I love bluebonnets and Indian paintbrush. My favorite setting in Texas is the fields by highways filled with beautiful wildflowers.
Oh so Gorgeous!
How lovely! Happy happy spring!
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How very beautiful! Your bluebonnets look a lot like a flower we get here called Lupine.
Very pretty- I love the bluebonnets.
Both are lovely wild flowers!!
I love these photos but I think I like the Indian paintbrushes best! We do not have these flowers in the UK, so lovely to see them :)
I love that Indian Paintbrush, but they both make a field beautiful!
I'm with you, the color of the paintbrush is so unusual, very Spring-like.
Wow ! I really love these flowers. They are so nice !
A field of flowers is always an attention grabber. Lovely wildflowers and gorgeous photos. Have a happy day!
What a lovely flower field! Great!
Love the bright colors. Beautiful pictures.
Gorgeous colors! I agree they look great together and I love the paintbrushes:@)
Beautiful! I can't wait for spring & summer flowers!
You have great taste in flowers!!!!...:)JP
Wonderful photos, I love these wonderful flowers!
Sheer joy! A field full of either one of these beauties would make me smile, but together they are real magic. Happy happy Spring!
Laughing @ Revrunner's comment. Now I forgot what I was going to say.
They are both beautiful Theresa but I agree with you I like the pink one best.
I do love the colours. Lucky you!
Oooooo, aaaahhhh, so pretty T! Spring has sprung!
Nothing more beautiful than the wild Flowers in Texas.
WOW! I love them both.
These are very beautiful and full of the promise of summer!
I am a huge fan of your BlueBonnets. Such pretty flowers and love that shade of blue.
These beautiful flowers remind me of Lady Bird Johnson, who was so instrumental in planting flowers in Texas.
Incredibly beautiful! We don't get flowers like that until July! Thanks for the eye candy!
Oh Theresa, how pretty they are. Wow!
I love the beautiful flowers and the colors! :)
We are lucky to have you to share their beauty with us. I think this is the first time I am comment number 129. Wow! And I have trouble getting back to 30 people who comment on my posts usually.
Dearest Theresa,Those Blue Bonnets and Indian Paintbrushes are so beautiful! Let us see some more of that beauty; PLEASE!Hugs,Mariette
Oh, so lovely - like a walk in heaven! It would be hard to choose a favorite from these two beauties! xo Karen
They are both beautiful. I love wildflowers. Poppies and lupine are my favorites.
I love it when they both start to bloom in your neck of the woods. They're unlike anything we have here... and oh so lovely.
I vividly remember both from childhood. I love them both!
yay!! i wait all year for your spring! lol! so beautiful. :)
You Texas girls know how to showcase these gorgeous wildflowers! Wow! Stunning and spectacular! Hugs, Anne
They are both so pretty. It must be a wonderful sight to behold in person.
They are so pretty! I always look forward to your posts with them!! Such pretty colors!
Spring is here Teresa, and is beautiful :))))
Nice pictures, look forward to seeing more!Texas has to be the Blue Bonnet State... I've seen more beautiful Blue Bonnet pictures from your State than any other.
Earth Day is well celebrated right here! Beautiful!
That's a color combo made in heaven! Would love to see them in person some day.
Gorgeous fields! We're not there quite yet.
Lovely! Lovely! Lovely! :)
The first photo is beautiful, with the lone paintbrush among the bluebonnets. I'd be hard pressed to choose one over the other, especially after seeing your lovely close-ups of each of them.
I love blue bonnets but Indian paint brushes are my all time favorites...
They are beautiful, such a sight to see.
These are truly beautiful!
Such pretty flowers!!
The spring bluebonnets and indian paintbrushes bring back so many good memories of our time in TX. I miss them!!!
So beautiful! I can only get excited for dandelions and violets that will be coming soon. I'm afraid they are nowhere near as pretty as your wildflowers.
Both are just gorgeous. My mom loves Indian Paintbrush. They grow wild in the mountains here and look at tad different from these but I like them both.
I think it was south of Dallas on I-45 where I saw the median completely covered with bluebonnets once or twice. It was certainly a sight to behold.
This is what I remember so well of Texas when we lived in San Antonio.
Oh, I just LOVE them!!! They are always so beautiful! I know you are enjoying them. Great photos!
Great!! I always find it so beautiful to see. Large fields filled with the most beautiful flowers in all sorts kleruen, sizes and size. Beautiful to behold. bravo
That is Texas right there~!
I'd love to see them in person someday, but I suspect that won't happen. So your photos are the next best thing!
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