I love horses and wish I had the room to have several (the living, breathing kind). But I don’t, so I’ll just have to settle for this kind for now.
The sculptor of this life-size piece has a gallery in Tubac, AZ, which my daughter and I visited while she was here at Christmas. It’s a wonderful, magical place, full of art of all kinds. I could literally spend days there going from shop to shop.
I call this image Steel Stallion. Namaste’
Most people think of southern Arizona as a dry desert with hardly any green at all. But that’s if you haven’t been here. There are a lot of things that make it green in places. Like the monsoon rains that we have in the summer. They’re now over, but the plants and trees are still loving the effects of our rain, as you can see in the foreground of this image.
I took this shot from the passenger side of the car as hubby was speeding down the interstate. I like it because it has the Santa Rita mountains in the background, the cloudy sky and the foreground of green. Added a slight watercolor effect to give it a dreamy look.
No, I can’t just sit idly by in the car, especially when I have my camera, so here’s an image that I took as we came upon this semi-truck hauling coffee to those Pilot travel centers. I love coffee, so of course I had to share this image with all of you. But I have to say, this is the first time ever in my life that I’ve seen a coffee truck rolling down the freeway. Namaste’
For those of my readers not familiar with southern Arizona, it’s typical this time of year to have what we call the “monsoons.” Big thunderheads build up in the afternoons and can produce some wicked storms.
Sometimes they never materialize. Like this shot of the clouds to our north. Big clouds, no rain. Oh, well. (I took this with the Instagram app on my phone.)
We see them coming and always hope that they will be big “producers.” I keep hoping, day after day. Every little drop of rain is a gift in my book. Namaste’