The first was a field of our local state flower, the bluebonnet. This field is five minutes' drive from my office.
It's not the most gorgeous field of Texas wildflowers, nor the most lush. It's filmed in "jangly-vision", which term refers to the way the camera jarred about and how its megapixel count is not as high as the megapixel count in Oscar-winning cinematography. It's not a film with a plot. It just wanders, a bit blurry, over thirty some odd seconds of flower.
Yet I post it here, as I suspect that others, as do I, need a little bonnet blue in their otherwise bonnet-less existence:
Let's have Spring in our hearts, this day and every day