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Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Large Subjects

Large is, of course, relative. A sunflower is large compared to the bee gathering its pollen, but a mountain is forever big … unless the other mountains nearby are huge. 117 more words


Photo: Cee's B&W Challenge - Older than 50

For this challenge, I was trying to find or take pictures of items in the house or man-made landmarks that were older than 50.

Then this morning, I learned that Saguaro cacti can live for about 200 years and they grow very slowly, reaching 1-1.5 inch after 10 years. 141 more words


One week, three deserts - White Sands to Joshua Tree

The Southwestern United States comprises multiple deserts, each with distinct plant life and geology. Between Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California we spent time in the Chihuahuan, Sonoran, and Mojave Deserts. 571 more words

The Wonders Above & Below

The Milky Way over Observation Point. Utah’s Zion National Park. Photo by Jared Warren. Posted on Tumblr by the US Department of the Interior, 7/3/16. … 159 more words


What can I do...?

We have a short time to live. As a human at this point in time we are limited to around 100 years give or take but more than likely not even close to that long. 603 more words

I love the saguaros!

Although I don’t reside in Arizona, I have lived there in the past, and traveled there often in the last couple of years. I have acquired quite a collection of beautiful photos taken all around Arizona, and I am eager to start my blog journey. 45 more words