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Absolutely stunning images. How did you add the frame?
Thank you for sharing.
- Kathy R, Mon, 19 Apr 2010 3:37PM
I cannot tell you how much I've enjoyed your tremendous display of Texas wildflowers, we're checking your site daily and are sending it to friends and relatives throughout the country.
We may not be able to make it out this year, but, thank-you, thank-you, thank-you for sharing our, "braggin' rights"!
With love from,
- barb, Sun, 18 Apr 2010 10:10PM
Wonderful photos! I am driving down to Washington County late this week in hopes of seeing some of this in person. I live up in the Panhandle, so it's a long trip for viewing flowers. Any suggested route to make sure the trip is worthwhile?
- Jo Ann Podzemny, Sun, 18 Apr 2010 8:35PM
I think I was in the Berclair cemetery the day you were taking pictures. It's where many of my family are buried and I was trying, with my little throw-away camera, to have a record of my visit that day. The wildflowers were major eye candy! Thank you so much! You must have also been in some of the pastures around Berclair that day because I see many familiar places. I was online looking for wildflower pictures today and just happened to get to your website. AMAZING! Thank you for making my day! carole
- Carole Neal, Sun, 18 Apr 2010 9:11AM
Amazing work as always!
- Jeremy Purcell, Fri, 16 Apr 2010 9:47AM
I am very interested in purchasing a couple of your photos.
Would that be possible?
- Linda, Thu, 15 Apr 2010 6:32AM
Great shots as always. Love image 1, 6 and 7 from this year. Would love to know where you shot them at. Was able to get to the hill country on the 9th and 10th for the great showing there. Did you make it down to south of San Antonio as I heard that area was great also.
Keep shooting and add some Supercells,
- Carson, Sun, 11 Apr 2010 6:24PM
Bill, Great work. Can you tell my where you took the pictures 6, 7? I am going tomorrow in search of more beauty and looks like you have found lots of it already. Thanks for sharing. Spencer
- Spencer Moore, Fri, 9 Apr 2010 7:06PM
Is it too early to view flowers between Houston and Austin? I wanted to go this weekend or next weekend. Which will be better? Any suggested routes or roads a little off the beaten trail?
- Gary Gasperich, Fri, 9 Apr 2010 4:47PM
These are wonderful pictures (the wildflowers). Where were they taken?
Do you know a place with such abundance near College Station?
- Hubert , Fri, 9 Apr 2010 1:58PM
I do appreciate your sharing these beautiful pictures of God's handiwork. I would love to know the location of # 6, 7 & 16.
We plan to go tomorrow.
Thank you for your assistance.
- Margie, Fri, 9 Apr 2010 6:17AM
Thank you very much! I am enjoying these beautiful pictures!
- Izabella Goldberg, Thu, 8 Apr 2010 3:45PM
Beautiful photos, always look for your photos here & reports on Wildflower Haven. Makes me want to get out there now. Can you tell me where #6 was taken? It is gorgeous! Not able to get away from work till the 15th, headed to Llano/Fredericksburg area, hope I'm not too late!
- Doris | www.dorisdayphotography.com, Thu, 8 Apr 2010 3:05PM
I just wanted to say that I look forward to your posts on wildflower sightings and to seeing your pictures every year. The Bluebonnet Festival in Chappell Hill marks the one day I pretend I am a photographer. I always mark your recommendations down for viewings and hope my pictures are somewhat as nice as yours.
Thank you again for sharing your beautiful photographs.
- Angela, Thu, 8 Apr 2010 9:42AM