Photos of Texas Symbols and Icons
The great State of Texas has many symbols and icons which are associated with the Lone Star State. Texas's rich history and traditions have shaped the State and from that came various symbols which represent Texas pride.
Our stock photos of Texas symbols is a collection of pictures that are representative of Texas pride. The collection includes images of historic places, traditions, flora / fauna and more.
This gallery page is only a sampling of the photos available in our image library. Click any of the pictures below or use the search field to browse our online photos. All of our pictures are available as stock photography or fine art photo prints and posters.
The Bluebonnet is the official State flower of Texas. Every spring, they can be seen carpeting huge fields and blanketing roadsides throughout the State. This photo shows an expansive field of bluebonnets on a ranch in Washington County. This picture as well as many others are available in our Texas Blue Bonnet collection.
Photos of Texas Bluebonnets
State Flag of Texas
The Lone Star Flag was adopted by the Republic of Texas as the national flag in 1839. The flag later became the official State flag of Texas in 1933.
Texas Flag Picture
The longhorn is a breed of cattle that is descended from generations of Mexican cattle. The breed is highly prized for their hardiness, intelligence and gentle disposition.
Texas Longhorn Photo
Located in San Antonio, the Alamo is one of the most enduring symbols of bravery and honor in the State of Texas. Nearly 200 volunteer defenders gave their lives at the Battle of the Alamo on March 6, 1836. That battle helped pave the way for Texas independence from Mexico. The Alamo remains one of the most well-known landmarks in the US.
Photo of the Alamo
This photo shows a Texas-themed decorative windmill, located in Washington County, Texas. This windmill's vane and blades have been adorned with the colors of the Texas state flag. Although American water-pumping windmills are no longer prevalent, vintage relics and decorative windmills can be found throughout rural Texas areas.
Texas Windmill Picture
San Jacinto Monument
This 1939 art deco style monument commemorates the Battle of San Jacinto 1836, which was a turning point in the Texas Revolution. Located just outside Houston, the imposing tower and star stand as a proud memorial to those who fought for Texas independence.
San Jacinto Monument Photo
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