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Old Jan 29, 2008, 7:22 PM   #11
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Thank you Bynx!

I will post some pics of the Saguaro when they flower this spring.

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can't wait for those.
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Old Jan 29, 2008, 7:46 PM   #12
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It's a deal Mandy. Late April - early May. The white flowers evolve into bright red fruit that opens up after a few weeks .... the birds eat the seeds then do their part in spreading them.

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Old Jan 31, 2008, 3:49 PM   #13
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Drew, I quite liked the light complimenting the cactuses and therockymass peculiartothe dramatic geography of yours inthe first picture, and just fell in love with the clouds inthe second picture havingsuch aneye pleasing composition!!
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It's a deal Mandy. Late April - early May. The white flowers evolve into bright red fruit that opens up after a few weeks .... the birds eat the seeds then do their part in spreading them.

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ahhhhh, spring flowers....we just received 4 inches of the white fluffy stuff this morning.........looking forward to your pics.
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Here is one more .... these are from a preserve/park just a little north of downtown Phoenix. The saguaro seem to blend into the landscape ... easy to miss if you don't look for them!

Thanks for taking a look.

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Never seen such a massiv diagonal before. Great picture, Drew. Do you have more like this.

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bahadir: thanks for your kind comments! I hope you can come to Arizona and hike with me one of these days!




Torgny: this is the only other shot I got that day that is almost a diagonal .... as always, thanks for taking a look!

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spectacular!
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Thank you spy ... I've seen your shots around .... fantastic images!

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This last picture rocks.......good job.

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Old Feb 3, 2008, 9:47 AM   #20
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i will go with the first one . the color of the rocks the saguaro cactus shadow on the rocks and the darkclouds make the colors stand out . have you looked at this in b&w ? keep up the good work . oakey
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