In response to today’s blog post prompt, I chose this silhouette of a saguaro cactus. When these grow in the desert, they are almost always in close proximity to a Palo Verde or Mesquite tree, as in this image.
Everyone needs a buddy, including the might Saguaro. Have a blessed and beautiful weekend!
Be good to yourself and each other. Namaste’
This week’s photo challenge is just what the title says … from lines to patterns. Almost everything we see around us has some kind of pattern or lines. That is, if you look closely enough. Here’s a few that I have taken in the past that I think fit the bill.
Hubby and I are off to a classic car show tomorrow. I’ll have pictures, of course, when I get back. Have a wonderful weekend. Namaste’
Today while out and about I spied this lone saguaro. It seemed to say “take my picture” so I did. I added a couple of special effects. Might make this one into a greeting card. Enough said. Namaste’
This is one of those images I’ve been meaning to capture because I drive by this cactus all the time. It’s just hard to pull over and get out without getting run over 🙂 But the opportunity finally came about today and so here she (or he) is … the crazy cactus whose arms don’t know which way to grow … or go … just a case of semantics I guesss. Somehow this reminds me of how my hair looks in the morning – LOL! Namaste’
Hope you all are having a great day and if it’s evening where you are, have a pleasant evening. I just felt like saying that. Besides Word Press, some of my readers come from Facebook and Twitter and I just want to say that I’m grateful for all of you.
Just had to have some fun shooting Woody’s Hotel again in the morning light. There are quite a few woodpeckers who have made this sentinel of the desert their home and not one of them is paying any rent. Squatters! Oh, well, that mighty saguaro was here long before me and Darryl so I guess we’ll let her have her say in the matter. It’s her body, after all. And in my opinion, she’s very generous. Nature is like that. If we but look for an instant we can see and feel her generosity and she gives FREE LESSONS to us just by observing her. Namaste’
Well, it’s that time of year again when the mighty saguaro cactus starts to lose it’s crested blooms. One fell off today that was still pretty much intact, so my husband picked it up and saved it for me to photograph. It never ceases to amaze me how our scruffy, prickly cacti in southern Arizona can produce such beautiful blooms. These grow at the very top of each arm of the saguaro. Mother Nature provides us with such gifts. Enjoy! Namaste’