Spring! – WP Weekly Photo

When these two wildflowers “pop up” —
we know Spring is ready to arrive and we are ready to celebrate!

Weekly Photo Challenge 43 - Spring 1

Weekly Photo Challenge 43 - Spring 2

Weekly Photo Challenge 43 - Spring 3Texas Back Roads
Bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrush


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About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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31 Responses to Spring! – WP Weekly Photo

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  2. Jo Bryant says:

    that first photo makes you want to disappear under it all


  3. Lovely, Becca. I liked it when we were in Wyoming in spring and the mountains were carpeted with wildflowers. We go in August now and I still love it, but I miss the profusion of flowers.



  4. Libby says:

    Lovely and colourful.


  5. giberson9 says:

    So beautiful!


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  7. Follygirl says:

    oh… how beautiful!!!


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  9. Gosh these are beautiful x we have bluebells in the woods at the moment, sounds like they are the same x


  10. Dauw says:

    Enchanting colors, wow! We don’t have that kind of flowers here in Belgium growing wild, they’re lovely … (luckily we do have others ;-])
    Wish you a bright and colorful weekend


  11. LAMarcom says:

    Texan Blue Bonnets….rock me
    Remind me of my miss-spent youth.


  12. LAMarcom says:

    Ya had me at Texas.


  13. journalread says:

    How lovely! Your equivalent to our bluebells. They’re gorgeous, Becca 🙂


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  15. Crystal says:

    Oh what beautiful flowers! And the landscape.. I just love it! Thank you for sharing!


  16. shoreacres says:

    So beautiful, and so “Texas”!


    • becca givens says:

      Thanks, Linda — I have to say it is one of the things I look forward to each spring — when those patches of purply blue start popping up — my spirits sing. Ladybird Johnson certainly left a wonderful legacy. I am sad when the time comes and the areas are mowed. Hopefully we have a little more time left. I don’t remember them lasting as long last year — maybe it was the winter!! Other types are beginning to arrive as well. 😀


    • LAMarcom says:

      Yes! So Texas!


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