Paintbrush with bluebonnet on it

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    On the way down to my father's gravesite today I found this wonderful field of wildlfowers.

    1. gbrands 59 months ago | reply

      This is my favourite of the bunch.

    2. GracefulbutterflyPhotography 59 months ago | reply

      Thank you so much GBrands! Glad you like it!

    3. Yvonne photos and art (four tails) 59 months ago | reply

      this is gorgeous.beautiful sight

    4. serenitysister 59 months ago | reply

      Really beautiful. Reminds me of "God moves in mysterious ways his wonders to perform"

    5. Gary P Kurns Photography 59 months ago | reply

      Wow, thats beautiful!!

    6. Anmol Bhalla 59 months ago | reply

      Wonderful .. seems like the pathway to heaven

    7. GracefulbutterflyPhotography 59 months ago | reply

      Thank you Four Tails!

      Thanks Serenitysister! Yes He does!

      Thanks Gary!

      Thanks so much westiemumma!

      Thank you Anmol! Yes it does! There is nothing like standing in a field of beautiful wildflowers to make you understand the beauty of this world and the gift God has given us in the ability to enjoy it.

    8. Dave Linscheid 59 months ago | reply

      Everything's better with Bluebonnet on it! Haven't heard that for a long time.
      This one is a real treat. Wonderful combination of colors tightly composed.

    9. Umax670 59 months ago | reply

      Very nice colors, beautiful shot!

    10. Anmol Bhalla 59 months ago | reply

      I also have a pretty similar shot ., but that stands nothing against the richness and sharpness of this shot ...

    11. GracefulbutterflyPhotography 59 months ago | reply

      LOL Dave! glad you caught it! Thanks so much!

      Thank you Umax!

      Thank you Anmol so much! I searched you site but did not find it could you link it? i would love to see yours! You are a fantastic photographer, I bet yours is better than mine by far.

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