Tag Archives: Desert

A Different Walk

Water, water everywhere. Who put this lake here? Continue reading

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Saguaro Cactuses

The iconic marker of the Sonoran Desert. Continue reading

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Double-crested Cormorants, Gilbert AZ

Taking another look. And another. Continue reading

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Fish Creek Lookout

Because life doesn’t always hand us lemonades. Continue reading

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Power Lines, Fish Creek Lookout AZ

If life gives you power lines, photograph power lines. Continue reading

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Roosevelt Dam & Roosevelt Lake Bridge

A dam, a bridge, and a whole whack of water. In the desert. Continue reading

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A Day in the Life

An atypical one-day selection of entirely typical shots. Continue reading

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Desert Cottontail

Unlike “desert daisy,” which is descriptive but incorrect nomenclature for a brittlebush, “desert cottontail” is the proper name for the thing it seems to be: a bunny with a fluffy white butt. I’m amused by their various strategies for responding … Continue reading

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Cactus Face

Unicorn? Rhinoceros? Ike Broflovski? You be the perceiver. Continue reading

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