While walking in a high desert, I came across these different textures in dead wood and live trees that I thought was interesting. This is in A Pinon Juniper area in northern Arizona.
The state of New Mexico is called the “Land of Enchantment”. The terrain consists of desert lands, mesas, mountains, and basins. This state has big skies, it is home to many national forests and nation parks. It is habitat for many plants and animals. Here are some old photos that I took while in northern New… Read More SOME TIME IN NEW MEXICO
Here are some rocks of the Colorado Plateau. Various and colorful, they formed deep within the earth, the uplift and tilt of the region began 70 million years ago with the largest uplift happening 5.5 million years ago, rising 3,000 feet above the landscape. Thus the area of diverse stones throughout the region. I took… Read More MACRO ROCKS
Sage Thrashers stand out as they have a heavily streaked breast with a gray back and yellow eyes. They live in the western part of the United States and north and western Mexico. They can be found in grasslands and sagebrush, in winter among Pinyon/Juniper forest areas. Sage Thrashers only breed in sagebrush plains and… Read More SAGE THRASHER