Texas Wildflowers | Buttercups

The season of Texas Wildflowers | Buttercups.

Buttercup wildflower

Texas highways and roadsides have now been adorned with different kinds of blooming gorgeous wildflowers. It is because of TxDOT’s Wildflower Program, sowing more than 5,000 species of wildflowers, from bluebonnets to Indian paintbrush, on the roadsides. It not only helps Texas highways look good but also reduces the cost of maintenance and labor by encouraging the growth of native species that need less mowing and care. Double win.

Off the highways, wildflowers grow on their own. In our area, the prevalent ones are the Buttercups, or the Pink Evening Primroses (Oenothera speciosa), which bloom from February to July. However, we didn’t see this wildflower grows in our backyard until after a couple years since moving to the new house development. Continue reading Texas Wildflowers | Buttercups

The Grand Canyon at Sunset

Standing against the railing along the edge of the cliff, I watched as far as my eyes can see of the panorama around. Immense, wide, expansive. Because it stretches 277 miles. Who could see it all at once? For the one admission fee, you can explore it for seven days, and even enjoy the Grand Canyon at Sunset.

The Grand Canyon National Park.

That was only one part of a combination of thousands of frames, each had their own exhilarating beauty that you could see and feel simultaneously.

Grand Canyon at Sunset
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