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Don't Fence Me In.. HFF!!
Don't Fence Me In.. HFF!!
  • Author: maorlando - God keeps me as I lean on Him!! Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-06 10:17:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'28"N - 99°7'45"W
  • These Texas wildflowers seem to be saying, "Don't fence me in". Barbed wire and wildflowers surviving together in a field of color. The fence can't begin to hold in the Spring beauty of the Texas wildflowers... click on the image to see them up close and colorful!!! The red flowers in front are called Firewheel or Indian Blanket - Asteraceae (Aster Family)- a popular annual growing 1-2 ft. tall with showy flower heads with rays red at base, tipped with yellow, each with 3 teeth at broad end. The well-known flower heads are 1-2 in. across with a red center and a yellow outer band. Occasionally the three-cleft rays are solid red orange or yellow. The disk flowers in the center are brownish red. Frequent along roadsides in the Southwest, these wildflowers stand like hundreds of showy Fourth of July pinwheels at the top of slender stalks. Varieties are popular in cultivation, for they tolerate heat and dryness. Among several species in the Southwest, some flowers are entirely yellow. One of the easiest wildfowers to establish. Although Indian blanket will grow in a variety of soil types, for best results, choose an open to lightly shaded site having loose, well-drained soil. Gaillardia pulchella frequently exhibits blanket-like density, which combines with the blending of bright reds and yellows to form a striking tapestry of color. Used medicinally: Tea of root for gastroenteritis, chewed powdered root applied to skin disorders. Sore nipples of nursing mothers bathed in tea made from the plant, also used for sore eyes. The Kiowa considered it good luck. Behind them the yellow flowers are known as Cowpen Daisy, Golden crownbeard, Butter daisy - Verbesina encelioides - Asteraceae (Aster Family). This plant is common on disturbed ground and sometimes colors acres or miles of roadside solid yellow. Cowpen daisy earned its name from a descriptive example of the type of disturbed soil on which it thrives. Found in disturbed areas throughout Texas, especially the drier parts. Sand, loam, clay, limestone. The yellow flower is a good nectar source especially for late season butterflies. This plant was used medicinally by Indians and early settlers to treat skin ailments. Reportedly, they used some portions of the plant in treating boils, skin diseases, and spider bites. When crushed or even touched the entire plant has an unpleasant odor. Wishing everyone a blessed weekend!! Hugs!!
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Our Old Glory Flying above Texas Wildflowers
Our Old Glory Flying above Texas Wildflowers
  • Author: maorlando - God keeps me as I lean on Him!! Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-05-06 09:01:32
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'27"N - 99°6'53"W
  • Two beautiful sights to start this beautiful sunshiny day... inside my heart and outside all around me God's presence is evident! Thanks in advance Lord for the blessings of this day! Ha Ha... and thanks Dennis I had forgotten it was HFF! So to all also a HFF! .
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1959 Edsel "Ranchero"
1959 Edsel
  • Author: jmg3rd Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-03-02 11:14:13
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°43'3"N - 99°8'24"W
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1959 Edsel "Ranchero"
1959 Edsel
  • Author: jmg3rd Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-03-02 11:13:13
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°43'4"N - 99°8'23"W
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Baby of Texas Springtime
Baby of Texas Springtime
  • Author: maorlando - God keeps me as I lean on Him!! Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-05-18 19:13:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'27"N - 99°7'0"W
  • Springtime in Texas brings beautiful wildflowers but it also brings new life and this precious little one is enjoying a romp in his new Texas home!!!
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Woodpecker of Brown County Texas
Woodpecker of Brown County Texas
  • Author: maorlando - God keeps me as I lean on Him!! Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-12-26 17:11:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'27"N - 99°7'0"W
  • A male Ladder-backed Woodpecker - Ladder-backed Woodpeckers are more common in Texas than in any other state in the US. They make their habitat in wooded canyons, cottonwood groves, pine oak woodlands and desert grasslands. Standing 7 seven inches tall, the Ladder-backed Woodpecker is a small black and white woodpecker with a mostly white head. It has black spots on its breast, a white throat, breast and belly, black wings with white spots and black tail feathers. Adult males have a red crown and hind neck and black forehead while the adult female has a black forehead, crown and cap. Feasting on wood boring beetle larvae, caterpillars, ants and the fruit of cacti, the Ladder-backed Woodpecker moves up and down trees by walking, hopping and climbing. Adult Ladder-backed Woodpeckers breed from January to March and produce 4-6 eggs from April to May. They nest in Joshua trees, willow trees, walnut trees, oak trees, pine trees and mesquite trees. Male and female Ladder-backed Woodpeckers roost in separate cavities. These trusting woodpeckers frequently visit ranches, yards, rural areas and parks. They are non-migratory and are closely related to the Nuttall's Woodpecker of California.
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  • Author: ashleyrust35 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-08-16 15:02:21
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'48"N - 99°7'56"W
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Sunset from the Ranch
Sunset from the Ranch
  • Author: maorlando - God keeps me as I lean on Him!! Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-08-16 19:14:07
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'27"N - 99°6'52"W
  • Blessed with a beautiful day ending sunset from the porch of my son's ranch in Central West Texas or as you can see on the map, the heart of Texas!!! Praying for rain for them and there were some rain clouds in the sky and during the night I even awoke to some lighting in the skies South of them. They really are needing some rain as are the other ranchers and farmers in that part of Texas.
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West Texas Sunset
West Texas Sunset
  • Author: maorlando - God keeps me as I lean on Him!! Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-08-16 19:15:20
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'27"N - 99°6'52"W
  • This sunset image was taken from my son's front porch on his ranch in Central West Texas.... a beautiful sight and a wonderful weekend getaway!!! We went with my sister and her husband so they and we could see my son and his wife's new outdoor patio kitchen project that they just finished... and it is very lovely but believe it or not, I took pictures of everything but the new outdoor kitchen and it's marvelous 12 - 14 foot high fireplace made of the same native Texas stone that his house is built from. It will be perfect when it gets a little cooler.
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Purple Texas Wildflower!!!
Purple Texas Wildflower!!!
  • Author: maorlando - God keeps me as I lean on Him!! Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-05-24 18:59:27
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'13"N - 99°7'2"W
  • Purple Horsemint, Lemon Mint, Lemon Beebalm, Plains Horsemint, Lemon Horsemint, Horsemint, Purple Lemon Mint.... Monarda citriodora - Monarda citriodora Cerv. ex Lag. Lamiaceae (Mint Family) Synonym(s): USDA Symbol: MOCI USDA Native Status: L48 (N) Known by a number of common names, lemon beebalm is a 1-2 ft., aromatic winter annual with unusual, tuft-like, lavender to pink, whorled flower heads. Each whorl in the elongated spike is subtended by whitish or lavender, leaf-like bracts. Several stems grow from the base and are lined with pairs of lance-shaped leaves. Horsemint has a distinctive citrus or lemony scent when the leaves are rubbed or crushed. It is very easy to grow and often forms large colonies. Bees and butterflies are attacted to this plant. Linnaeus named the genus Monarda in honor of a 16th century Spanish physician and botanist, Nicolas Bautista Monardes (1493-1588). Monardes never went to the Americas but was able to study medicinal plants' in Spain because Spain controlled navigation and commerce from the New World. See: www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=MOCI
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Maaaaamaaaaa.... Hungry Baby Wrens
Maaaaamaaaaa.... Hungry Baby Wrens
  • Author: maorlando - God keeps me as I lean on Him!! Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-05-24 19:34:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'27"N - 99°6'52"W
  • These baby Carolina wrens are in a nest in the flower watering can sitting on the table on my son's front porch... and their bird dog, Major, is guarding their every movement!!! The Carolina Wren (Thryothorus ludovicianus) occurs across much of the eastern half of the United States, but it is essentially thought of as a bird of the southeast. Its loud and lively song is one commonly heard in suburban areas of virtually every city of the South and it often nests in hanging baskets or bird houses that people put out to attract it. The loud, varied song of the Carolina Wren is most likely to be the first clue to the presence of this inhabitant of thickets in woodland, parks and gardens as well as more exotic habitats such as cypress swamps. As winters have become milder in recent years, its range has expanded northward and now includes most of the eastern United States. It occurs in a wide range of habitats from forests to swamps to old field edges and golf course borders. In summer it can seem that every patch of woods in the eastern United States rings with the rolling song of the Carolina Wren. This shy bird can be hard to see, but it delivers an amazing number of decibels for its size. Follow its "teakettle-teakettle!" and other piercing exclamations through backyard or forest, and you may be rewarded with glimpses of this bird's rich cinnamon plumage, white eyebrow stripe, and long, upward-cocked tail. This hardy bird has been wintering farther and farther north in recent decades. See: txtbba.tamu.edu/species-accounts/carolina-wren/ and www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Carolina_Wren/id
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Bangs, Tx.
Bangs, Tx.
  • Author: TwoDot333 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-12-30 09:45:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°43'2"N - 99°7'57"W
  • An old car-hauker/wrecker.
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Bangs, Tx.
Bangs, Tx.
  • Author: TwoDot333 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-12-30 09:44:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°43'2"N - 99°7'57"W
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Post Office 76823 (Bangs, Texas)
Post Office 76823 (Bangs, Texas)
  • Author: courthouselover Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-11-20 12:40:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°42'58"N - 99°7'47"W
  • Bangs is located in western Brown County between Coleman and Brownwood.
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On coming truck, sunset
On coming truck, sunset
  • Author: lundmom Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2011-08-23 19:42:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 31°43'27"N - 99°9'16"W
  • Returning from Austin
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