Texas wildflowers taken April 12, 13, and 15, 2010 along highways in southeast Texas from Brenham southward to Schulenburg and Halletsville. Some are along highways 77, 290, 36, among others. The bluebonnets and red blankets were still vivid in lots of places, as were bright yellow flowers of some sort. Texas had an unusually cold and long winter, so they were late blooming.

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Chappel Hill, Texas

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