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Looking for Best Bluebonnet Area to Take Photos

Hi - the area I normally go to take photos with bluebonnets is just not as pretty this year. I was wondering if anyone else has found any spots (preferably NOT on the side of the highway!) where the bluebonnets are glorious this year for taking photos?

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I took my kids to Brenham last weekend. There is a field between the Wal-mart and Home Depot. It is behind the Super Wal-Mart and in front of The Home Depot. I have lived in Texas my whole life and grew up taking pictures in the Bluebonnets every year and honestly this is one of the best places I have ever seen.

Have fun!

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You couldn't have posted this at a better time. This weekend is the Bluebonnet Festival in Burnet (about 45 minutes North of Austin). Go here to find out more: http://www.burnetchamber.org/6395826_65735.htm

I have a friend who has taken magnificent photos of his daughter in the fields of Burnet at the Bluebonnet Festival. Plus there's lots to do there!

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Hi T.,

Do you mind emailing me back what you received as reponses? I would love to take my 12 month old to get his first TX bluebonnet pics!

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Sunday I saw several families taking pictures at Old Settler Park. They were at the back entrance off Old Settlers Road across from the baseball fieds.

Hi T.,

I saw a great place along Hwy 79 this last weekend. It's just before you get to the convenience station in front of the Dell Diamond. There's a little row of duplexes in front of it and it looked nice and thick. I've been looking too so that I can take my pregnancy pictures in them like I did the first time around. :o) I'll have to check out the festival in Burnet as well.

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