Buck the Cat. Meow.
A hot day, a steep climb, another place in the world I’d never seen before. Wonderful. https://www.dailypaintworks.com/buy/auction/1157215
This scene is from the end of a fishing trip. No fish but nice winter sunset.
Cat to go. Bag it.
Chollas are botanically in the subfamily of Opuntioideae, the same family which includes cactus’s with broad, flat leaves. The leaves of the Cholla are round-ish and really spiny. They quickly become stuck to any object that comes close to it. Their spines hurt and aren’t easy to remove once impaled in either fabric, fur orContinue reading “Field of Chollas”
We hiked to this overlook, then had to turn back to reach the car before dark.
The sky catches fire in Arizona.
Cactus Tree Mountain Sky
Ferocactus wislizeni is a native of Southern Arizona and Mexico. They grow about knee high and are 12 to 16 or so inches across. They’re quite spiny. The thorns are pinkish and curved somewhat like a fish hook.