It’s that time of year in central Texas when things bloom and as it warms up in the spring in late April and into May, the yellows and reds seem to be more prevalent.
We’ve had a pretty good display of wildflowers this year. My last post here showed the bumper crop of Bluebonnets. Since then I’ve snagged a few shots of yellow flowers. My Instagram feed has, in fact, become a bit repetitious. Lots of flowers.
The two photos posted here though were a couple I didn’t post to Instagram. Both of these were taken on walks in my neighborhood.
I have no idea what the daisy-like flower is but we had a ton of them around here for a while.
As it’s warmed some more, the Prickly Pear cacti have really started to open up. This one here I caught shortly after a recent rain.
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It won’t be long now and it’ll start to feel a lot more like summer and only the hardiest plants will bloom around here. Even the birds seem to go somewhere else in the summer. But the cicadas … they always return. I have yet to hear them but they’ll begin to screech soon and that’ll be a sure sign that summer is upon us.