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Texas Hill Country Wildflowers, 2005
Wildflowers, landscapes, and Texas Hill Country scenery - April 13-19, 2005.
Date(s): April 20, 2005. Album by Bill Purcell. Photos by Bill Purcell. 1 - 40 of 40 Total. 26790 Visits.
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Whitetail deer, bluebonnets, yucca - Burnet County

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Whitetail deer, bluebonnets, yucca - Burnet County

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Lake Buchanan, Burnet County (RR 690).

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Lake Buchanan, Burnet County (RR 690).

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Llano CR 315 - Riley Mountain.

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Mason County - Threadgill Creek Rd.

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Mason County - old Art cemetery (Hwy. 29)

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Burnet County, outside Marble Falls.

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Bluebonnet railway - Burnet CR 321 near Kingsland.

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Llano County - Lone Grove.

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Llano CR 216.

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San Saba County (extension of Llano CR 226).

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Mason County - Spiller Mine Rd.

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Mason County - Oak Grove Rd.

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Mason County - Hay Spring Rd.

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Mason County - Hay Spring Rd.

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City of Mason - old historic homesite.

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SH71 - Mason/San Saba County line.

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Inks Lake State Park - P4.

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Inks Lake State Park - P4.

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Inks Lake State Park - P4.

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Inks Lake State Park - P4.

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Inks Lake State Park - P4.

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Inks Lake State Park - P4.

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Llano County - RR 2768, just across the Llano River from Castell.

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Mix of blue and white bluebonnets - Llano CR 405.

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Llano CR 405, Smoothingiron Mountain.

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SH71 - Mason/San Saba County line.

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San Saba CR 373.

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San Saba County, RR 501 - looking down on Pontotoc (which is in Mason County).

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Blanco County, RR 3347.

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Historic ruin - Llano County, Smoothingiron Mountain.

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Mason County, James River Rd. An unusual, yet striking image - what's "wrong" here?

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Yellow paintbrush - Mason County, RR 1222.

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Llano River, downtown Llano.

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Location self-explanatory!  Actually, it's the intersection of Burnet CRs 330 and 335.

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Burnet CR 340.

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Burnet CR 340, Hamilton Creek.

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My best friend and constant travel companion.  Inks Lake State Park.

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The proud beast surveys his domain.  Inks Lake State Park.

 
   
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Wonderfull photos, reminds me of a painting my mom had by a local artist, Mrs. Pritchard. I was doing research on ancestors from Mason County, who where buried in the New Pontotoc Cemetery. You should offer some of these for sale....
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Mike Ohlhausen, Mon, 22 May 2006 3:57PM
I was thrilled to stumble across your pictures of Mason.  This is actually where my Me-Ma (mom’s mom) grew up, and as I sit here at home in MD, house sitting for them, while they attend her mothers funeral, I’m still able to look around and see the same beautiful sites they are seeing as well.  I am an amateur photographer and haven’t been back down in a while to take any pictures, so I was searching for some to welcome them home too, which is how I came to your site.  Thanks for sharing your talent!
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Heather B, Mon, 24 Oct 2005 12:00PM
I did get linked here from the (NutJob website), but glad I did. Beautiful pictures. Thanks. Mike, LeonaValeey, CA
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Mike Lynn, Fri, 23 Sep 2005 12:12PM

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Sarah, Sat, 4 Jun 2005 6:17AM
I am a Texan transplanted to South Carolina and I am homesick for sights like these. Thanks for your kindness in sharing them.
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Linda, Tue, 3 May 2005 7:35AM
Your pictures are gorgeous! The locations helped us plan our trip from Austin tomorrow, but it looks like we may have to spend more than day to see it all! Thanks a million.
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Patricia, Mon, 25 Apr 2005 2:52PM
beautiful
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patricia, Mon, 25 Apr 2005 12:40PM
Thanks for sharing your pictures.
We were in the Inks Lake State Park
area the wk of March 21st and the
Blue Bonnets were small then but
enjoyable to see.  The Eagles were
at the Llano River on FM29 with their
eaglets! Thanks again.
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Helen, Sun, 24 Apr 2005 5:53PM
Thank you for sharing your beautiful pictures with us.  You are very talented.  Great eye!
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Belyndia Fisher, Sat, 23 Apr 2005 5:43PM
Those are great pictures.  I went to Willow City Loop North of Fredricksburg on Hwy. 16 Saturday, 4-16-05 and the wild flowers were in full bloom.  Even if the flowers aren't out the drive is great.
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Maria, Fri, 22 Apr 2005 1:33PM
I have travelled over some of the same roads and have gotten some good shots, but yours are great!  thanks
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Mae Beth, Fri, 22 Apr 2005 5:01AM
You and your  companion must have had a wonderful trip indeed.  I enjoyed your photos, thanks for sharing!!
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Colette Pearce, Thu, 21 Apr 2005 6:04PM
Some day I'll get to Texas from Illinois to see those beautiful flowers. Until then I'll depend on these beautiful images.  Thank you!
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Keith Richardson, Thu, 21 Apr 2005 2:16PM
I really enjoyed your photos.  Thanks for sharing them.
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barbara, Thu, 21 Apr 2005 9:17AM
 
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