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About Bluebonnets

“No other flower – for me at least – brings such upsurging of the spirit…”
– J. Frank Dobie, Tales of Old-Time Texas (1928)

Nothing unites Texans so much as love for bluebonnets. Each spring finds the roads crowded with people making their annual pilgrimages to see them, in celebration of not only the bluebonnet itself, but the very spirit of Texas. They are so highly revered today that it is difficult to imagine a time in history when such was not the case, for to be among a field of bluebonnets during peak bloom is an experience which transcends simple visualization. It is a spiritual awakening that resonates long after the actual moment of encounter has passed, and links them with every other Texan, both past and future, that ever felt or will ever feel that same way.

Herein lies my love of and fascination with the most iconic symbol of Texas and Texanism that exists.