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Lone oak standing in field of wildflowers with tracks leading by tree, Texas Hill Country, Texas, USA : Stock Photo
The Texas Hill Country is a vernacular term applied to a region of Central Texas featuring tall rugged hills consisting of thin layers of soil atop limestone or granite.

Lone oak standing in field of wildflowers with tracks leading by tree, Texas Hill Country, Texas, USA

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The Texas Hill Country is a vernacular term applied to a region of Central Texas featuring tall rugged hills consisting of thin layers of soil atop limestone or granite.
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