Sunday, October 16, 2011

I crave the desert

19 comments:

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

You and me both!

JK said...

Not been to Big Bend yet, but I certainly miss the desert too. And it is oh so long before a trip

Seagull Steve said...

I crave your mom. Just kidding. Love the desert. Actually, Im not kidding.

ChrisJ said...

Some times I crave the desert when my bones ache from the humidity at the coast!

Trish ~ ♥ ~ said...

I am more of a beach girl myself, but the desert would be interesting too.

Genie said...

What a great prickly capture. My fingers are tingling as I look at your shot. This is one fine macro. Genie

GrandmaK said...

Beautiful shades of green with the beautiful highlights! Have a grand week! Cathy

Linda Makiej said...

love this shot!! Terrific!

Annelie said...

What a tagged image;)!

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Just got back from another desert weekend. If I don't go every couple of weeks, I get ornery and short-tempered. Does this qualify as an addiction? Love the photo.

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Just got back from another desert weekend. If I don't go every couple of weeks, I get ornery and short-tempered. Does this qualify as an addiction? Love the photo.

Mary Howell Cromer said...

What a gorgeous, gorgeous image!

ksdoolittle said...

Fabulous shot!

Out on the prairie said...

I enjoy the visitsbut like to stayaway from the heat. Prickly pear was the original taco filling.

Clytie said...

I am more of an ocean kind of girl, but maybe because that's because I've never spent much time in a desert??? Your picture makes me wonder ...

Ida said...

Great shot of the Cacti, Love the sunlight in the photo. The desert is awesome but a little to hot for me.

Bom said...

Never been in a desert so I can't say I crave it. It would be interesting to visit one though.

Kala said...

I too love the desert. Great light and details in this macro.

cheryl said...

I too have an interest in the desert (and will visit in next year). Your photo captures that cactus marvelously! My interest and appreciation in the desert started when I began using and was helped by, desert "flower essences" (www.desert-alchemy.com) and so the fascination continues! Here's one of my favorites, the Queen of the Night Cactus flower, simply gorgeous: http://www.tohonochulpark.org/wordpress/events/special-events/bloom-night/

I look forward to visiting your inspiring photopgrahy again. Wondrous blessings....