All photos by Brandee’ Brantly.
Happy Easter from all of us at TexasHillCountry.com!
Easter for many signifies observing a religious renewal of faith, resurrection, and hope. One aspect that we can all agree on is the renewal of spring that takes place all around us in the breathtaking, beautiful landscapes of the Texas Hill Country.
Back Side of Enchanted Rock.
An early morning sunrise on the back side of Enchanted Rock.
Indian Paintbrushes and Bluebonnets in Llano, Texas.
Nothing says spring in the Texas Hill Country than fields as far as the eye can see of our beloved Texas Bluebonnets.
Field of Poppies at Wildseed Farms in Fredricksburg, Texas.
Flowers are blooming everywhere, especially in Fredricksburg at the Wildseeds Farm where fields of bluebonnets and poppies can be seen (but not touched).
Endangered Texas Wild Rice in the San Marcos River.
The San Marcos River is where you find Endangered Texas Wild Rice in full bloom.
Purgatory Creek in San Marcos, Texas.
Purgatory Creek exhibits a beautiful display many wildflowers along the rugged terrain.
Near Enchanted Rock, Fredricksburg, Texas.
In spring, Enchanted Rock State Natural Area offers a variety of landscapes and habitats.
On Enchanted Rock at Sunrise.
There is nothing that signifies renewal more than a breathtaking sunrise view on top of Enchanted Rock. As Matt Tyman says, “My heart feels lighter, my mind feels calmer, and my senses feel tuned whenever I see that big pink rock on the horizon. No matter how I choose to spend my time among the enchanted rocks of the park I always leave feeling better than when I arrived.”
Happy Easter from TexasHillCountry.com! Safe travels and have a blessed weekend!