The Painterly Side of Ennis

This year’s first trip to Ennis’ Bluebonnet Trails was later than in past years. Mainly due to the fact that our weather conditions the past several months did not produce the normal display of our state’s flower…the Texas Bluebonnet. They are predicted to peak later in the season and last into May.

I use the term normal very loose as we really do not have a normal pattern of anything in Texas. However, for the last three years since first discovering the Ennis Bluebonnet Trails, I can assuredly say this year’s produce is much different from previous ones. Last March when we visited, there was an influx of blue among the green. This year in mid-April, there is much more green (and yellow – mustard weed) than I’ve seen before. I plan to go back in a couple of weeks to see how it has progressed, however for now, here are a few photos I took and processed with a more painterly look.

Here is the more painterly side of Ennis…






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