little bits of blue[bonnets] in the not so little lone star state: bluebonnet photography in ennis, texas

Travel & Personal
May 3, 2017

i ventured all the way to texas to [finally] see these little blue beauties in april!

my sister and brother-in-law live in the dallas area + helped navigate + take us to the best bluebonnets in ennis. we visited a few known spots including the bluebonnet park and a lesser known area a little further in from the freeway. the sunny afternoon brought families and couples out for all kinds of photo shoots out in the flowers. we, naturally, joined in on the fun.

i especially loved when the sun went down and created such a golden glow on all the little blooms, it was enchanting.

take a look…

i shoot destination weddings, elopements + sessions in dallas, california + all over the world // [get in touch] // teri b photography

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