Posted on April 8, 2017
Deep in the heart of bluebonnet country
PilotGirl just wrapped on a week’s worth of production in Texas Hill Country. What an adventure! Bombing around the backroads in a vintage pickup truck past longhorn cattle, rustic barns, wooden fences and creaky windmills.
Among the dozens of Texan icons captured, my favorite was the beloved bluebonnet wildflower. Samantha was equally excited to dance among the Lone Star state’s official flower – now in full bloom.
The quintessential violet-blue figures carpet both sides of Ranch Road 965 near a massive pink granite dome called Enchanted Rock. Not trampling over them isn’t easy. It’s not unusual to see carloads of families with pets pulling over to photograph the joy.
We snapped a few of our own:
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