As mentioned last evening, I’m spreading out these wildflower wanderings over a few nights. Cemeteries are wonderful places to see them come to life. A couple here are from cemeteries in Granger, Texas. One is a tightly-packed mix of Indian paintbrush and bluebonnets in Beyersville. The vertical photo was from a drive south, into northeast Travis County. The last photo just has a few yellow wildflowers blowing in the wind, but the main reason to post that one is because of the barn, one I photographed almost constantly for about two years. The nice family who allowed me to photograph it now live in the farmhouse adjacent to it so I don’t want to pester them with my presence too much, but it’s such an iconic old barn. So there.