It’s a great year for bluebonnets! We’re ready to grab the camera and take the kids to snap some family photos in these pretty fields of wildflowers. But where are the best places to go? We asked Christina Muchow, the expert at Hatched Photography, for advice about finding the most picture-perfect bluebonnet settings, and here are her top 5 picks for the 2017 season:

1. Brushy Creek Lake Park
Due to flooding last year the large fields of Bluebonnets weren’t able to bloom, however, its looking like the flowers will be back.

Brushy Creek Lake Park

2. Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
With 279 acres and displaying over 800 native plans, including Bluebonnets, the Wildflower Center is a wonderful place to explore.

Wildflower Center

3.  St. Edwards University
Bluebonnets bloom next to historic buildings and you have a great view of downtown.

St. Edwards University

4. 45th & Bull Creek
Large, open field next to the Txdot building with beautiful flowers

45th/Bull Creek

5. Highway 360
Bluebonnets line this beautiful, scenic highway, best seen between Hwy 183 to Mopac.  

Highway 360

Other good locations include:

  • Manchaca Road (beside the Pedernales Electric Cooperative)
  • Old Settler’s Park
  • McKinney Falls State Park
  • Roy Guerrero Park (Metropolis Rd)
  • Park Hill Church (2222/Mopac)
  • Hwy 71
  • FM1431
  • Quinlan Park Rd. in Steiner Ranch

Thank you, Hatched Photography, for this great info and gorgeous photos!

If you would like photos taken in Bluebonnets this year, Hatched Photography is offering Bluebonnet Mini Sessions. Be sure to check out their website and Facebook page to learn more about their photography services.
Do you have other favorite locations to share? Please let us know in the comments below!