As I see it, there are two iconic wildflowers that mark the Texas spring: Bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrush. They are iconic because they are both quite showy, and because they tend to grow up together. And by together I mean two things: 1) often in the same patch of dirt, and 2) in the same growing season. The end result is that where you see one, you often see the other. And the fact that they both occupy almost precisely opposite sides of the color wheel makes it even better. I think God designed it that way as a delight to our eyes and a testament to his creative goodness.
So today I invite you to enjoy the spring through one of my favorite images - a single Indian Paintbrush nestled nicely into a visual bed of bluebonnets. Enjoy.
More to come . . .