|Centennial High School (center)|
|Hugging the mountain flank|
|West of Tortugas|
|Semi-agitated Western Diamondback Rattlesnake|
|An unnerving stare directed at us|
|Butterfly on Chinchweed flowers|
|Pal of the pale-yellow butterfly|
|Sometimes you find the oddest things in the desert|
|The late-bloomer I photographed yesterday|
|An old staple of the Apache's diet|
|The flowers are quite tasty|
|Desert Zinnia and Prickly Pear Cactus|
I hope you didn't get too close to that snake when you took those photos.
He used a telephoto, Dr. K.!
Great set of images today, Packrat. The desert looks pretty barren in your panoramic images, but you usually manage to fine some really interesting flowers, birds, or lizards to photograph in greater detail.
I have a (sad) snake story to relate, perhaps today or tomorrow.
No, not too close, Dr. K.
Thanks, Scott. I'm already feeling sad about the (sad) snake story you have to tell.
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