Brenham Bluebonnet Alert! | FM 1155 near Harry Franklin Road

OMG! We love the first photo. We hope the guy caught the little boy. Oh … to be that young again so you can fly above the bluebonnets. Sounds like a sweet little field where people can pull over and take the fam pics.

Kellie Langley writes:

290 out from Houston, right on 1155, right to stay on 1155 when it basically dead ends, and then left on the first road after Harry Franklin Road. It is immediately on the right. No fence at all and gorgeous, dense Bluebonnets with plenty of Indian Paintbrush

 

Boy flying above the bluebonnets in Brenham, Texas

Flying through the bluebonnets off of FM 1155 near Brenham, Texas | Taken on March ??, 2012, by Kellie Langley

 

Texas bluebonnets on FM 1155 near Brenham, Texas

Bluebonnets on FM 1155 near Brenham, Texas | Taken on March ??, 2012, by Kellie Langley

 

Texas bluebonnets on FM 1155 near Brenham, Texas

Bluebonnets on FM 1155 near Brenham, Texas | Taken on March ??, 2012, by Kellie Langley

 

Little girl in the Texas bluebonnets near Brenham,Texas

Bluebonnets on FM 1155 near Brenham, Texas | Taken on March ??, 2012, by Kellie Langley

 


4 Comments

  1. Gnana Prakasham

    I have been there during 2012 and made a very beautiful picture and It is very beautiful with a bush and trees in the edge and curvy landscape makes nice to be here. It’s like a picnic spot. Visiting this place in the Evening may give some shadow to rest.

    If needed, I’ll happy to update my pics of this place.

    Nice pictures, cute angles.

  2. We want to go this Saturday and I invited a friend to come with her girls. She told me she is afraid of snakes. Are there any snakes there?

    • bluebonnets

      Considering you’ll be in the country, odds are there will be snakes around. Will you actually see one, highly doubt it. Snakes don’t want to be around humans anymore than humans want to be around them. If need be, stomp really heavy while you’re walking around the bluebonnets and they’ll hear y’all and more than likely will move away. Use common sense and watch where you step, stand, and sit.

  3. Chris Hartschuh

    I’m the guy in the first photo, and yes, I caught him. ;)

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