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Lovely photos Timoteo :)
a nice trip through your photographs, looks desolate, a place to wander and think perhaps?
Very nice Timo! I have been thru the desert once in my life, it is facinating to me to look at!
LORRAINE,Thanks...just a little change of pace.LISSA:The desert is a place for those who can appreciate it's stark kind of beauty--a magical place that holds you in its spell...a place where coyotes AND people bark at the moon :)
CINDY,I been through the desert on a horse with no name...PLEASE, take the time to name your horses--and hold your horses when necessary :)
I lived and worked in outback Australia for a while and I agree with your comments that it's a stark kind of beauty. There's a whole different aura out there in the wilderness isn't there? I can understand why you love it. Beautiful photos.
KAYDEE,(Gypsy)It seems we appreciate many of the same things.
How fortunate you are to have a national park right on your doorstep. I love cacti. I used to have a cacti and succulent garden in my old house. I also have a 12 foot cactus in a pot that is 25 years old. I would be in that park every day for ages if I lived where you do. How wonderful!
SELMA,The only drawback of living amongst abundant cacti is that when you're out hiking you can sometimes end up picking cactus needles out of your nether regions!
Timmy:) Do you have facebook?
CINDY,Facebook is something I haven't been willing to face yet :)
I love the sunrise and sunset in the desert...A stark beauty that once experienced, I think is greatly appreciated by those that view her beauty.You are fortunate to live in such a beautiful place :)Have a Happy Day!
That cloud looks strange. I believe in that too, I have a lot of pictures of cloud formations and am absolutely fascinated at it. Thanks for sharing this picture!
ChicGeek,I'm on the lookout for a FABULOUS sunset that I can post...EVILSQUIRREL101,Thanks so much for following...let me know if you see any UFOs :)