I just posted some pictures of bluebonnets we took yesterday. Thank goodness I didn't see any wildlife amongst them while I was standing knee deep in them.
I've seen lots of bluebonnets and those are fake.
Sorry, 10:59, but those are bluebonnets. Check the snake's, tongue and rattle - they're both in motion. These are some 'bonnets that might not get trampled down with parents taking pictures of their little kids.
Well, I don't care what ya'll say....it's now my new monitor background. "F with me, and I'll bite your arse, mofo."
YIKES!EVERY single pixel in that photo perfectly aligns as does EVERY colour value.That is without a doubt a genuine UN-shopped photo of a "rattler" amid a clump of Lupinus texensis. Incidentally, according to TAMU , Texas has FIVE state flowers of course they are ALL Bluebonnets.
I'd like to see that same shot, except with a big ol' copperhead.
What's so hard to believe about this picture? I've seen both rattlesnakes and bluebonnets in this state and particularly this county. Unless I'm not noticing the markings on the snake as those of a different species not native to this area... Let me go show this pic to the first rattlesnake I come across, it'll know the truth!.
1:22 I would like to clarify that at no time were any bluebonnets harmed in the process of taking of my photos.
Them there are Texas Hill Country blue bonnets. But they're no good for smokin'. Trust me.
That is the best pic of Hilary in her element that I have ever seen... I'm talking Pulitzer here!
Actually there are six species of bluebonnets in Texas, each recognized as the State Wildflower.Sandyland Bluebonnet was the first official wildflower in 1901. The other five were added in 1971.Texas BluebonnetPerrenial BluebonnetBig Bend or Chisos BluebonnetAnnual or Desert LupineDune BluebonnetThe Western Diamondback Rattlesnake is not usually found in the open during daylight hours. It is mostly a nocturnal animal, active at night. This shot was posed using a live rattlesnake as the willing subject. It is nice to know that some creatures are appreciated for their value to the food chain. Snakes do a great job of keeping the rodent population in check.
um the pic of the rattlesanke in the bluebonnets is real and yes it is a native snake, i know this because my brother and his friend took those pics, there are several of them at different angles, near buchanan lake.
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