I’m not sure of the names of most of them…and I had found another handful or so while on my two most recent hikes along the Black Canyon Trail, but the sun was either too bright and washed-out the photos, or the images were out of focus, so here is the remnant. A couple of the photographs are of subjects other than wildflowers, but they stuck me as visually appealing, so I included them, as well. Remember, you can click on any image to be taken to a slide-show that presents the photos in a larger format.
We’ve not completely made the move yet, but I was in town for the past few days for an interview and to see a bit of the new neighborhood. I made these images on a short walk through the desert area that is about five minutes away from our new home in the far north part of Phoenix. Please remember that you can click on any image to be taken to a slide-show that presents each photograph in a larger format.
Revisiting the photos that I had taken for yesterday’s post…from along the road somewhere in north Tucson, Arizona, USA.
Thank you to James for suggesting a series on my desert wildflowers. If you haven’t visited with James at his site, James Brandon O’Shea – Oregon Artist, you’re missing a treasure. James’ art and poetry are often compelling beyond description and it’s easy to get lost in his archives. I encourage you to stop-by….