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Top Texas Bluebonnet Posts On Our Instagram Feed: What’s on Yours?

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Over the past month, people have been excitedly awaiting this year’s yield of Texas bluebonnets. Not surprisingly, our social media platforms have been buzzing with discussions, road trip tips, and general pointers on where and how to see the most beautiful blossoms. Here at the Texas Media Group, we’ve loved every single one of these articles, photos, and fan conversations! In fact, our Instagram account (@wearetexashillcountry) is chockfull of gorgeous Texas Hill Country scenes showing our beloved state flower posed with a variety of props, people, and pets, and here are just a few!

1. By @get_rowdy_photography

This gorgeous picture not only produces lots of what we love, but we also get the chance to see a great stretch of Texas Hill Country scenery in the background. The foreground shot of the bridge, however, most definitely sets this picture off! We love it, and so have our page fans, giving it over 3,000 likes!

2. By @krl_photo

This wonderful picture of man’s best friend was taken just outside of Kingsland and was featured on our Instagram feed on April 12. With 3,440 likes (at the time of publishing), it’s a wonderful tribute to both the dog, and the beautiful Texas bluebonnets!

3. By @jmooreoutdoorphoto

Our Spring PHOTO CONTEST is live! Enter to be a part of our Spring magazine and featured online. Enter by visiting the “photo contest tab” of our Facebook page (Facebook.com/TexasHillCountry) on a desktop, or email your high resolution photos to [email protected] Submissions end next Monday! ❤ 🌄 Photo 📸 by @jmooreoutdoorphoto To be Featured: Follow: @wearetexashillcountry Tag : @wearetexashillcountry Hashtag: #wearetexashillcountry & #texashillcountry #wearetexashillcountry #authentictexan #texas #texastodo #texasskys #texascountry #hillcountry #texaslife #texasphotography #texasmade #texasforever #txhillcountry #texaslove #ilovetexas #instagramtexas #tx #texaspride #visittexas #texasstyle #texasstrong

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Posted as a lead-in to our spring photo contest, this picture went up on our Instagram feed on February 6. In anticipation of the wonderful array of great springtime Texas bluebonnet pictures we hoped to see, we prefaced the contest with this epic evening shot overlooking the charming Texas countryside. No matter the time of year, we can always count on this beautiful blue flower to spread warmth in our lives, and this past winter we sure needed it!