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Monday, July 11, 2016

Smorgasbord or Potpourri?

Couldn't ID this Robin-size blackbird
Becca and I got a fairly early start on the west side of Tortugas Mountain this morning, and I went for nearly half the hike before finding anything of interest to photograph.  Then--as often happens on a desert trek--interesting subjects began presenting themselves.  So, as usual, I took a variety of shots to discover how many were good enough to post on the blog.  My faithful companion Becca doesn't care about any photographs; she just wants to make sure I don't keep her waiting too long while I'm capturing images.
Love the eyes of the Lesser Nighthawk

Waiting somewhat patiently

At work west of Tortugas

Big, old Ocotillo

What's so interesting?

A dangerous way to bushwhack

Devil's Claw

White-winged Dove on an Ocotillo wand

This one?

On the move (Meep Meep)

Or this one?

Less dense stand of Buggy Whips

Greater Earless Lizard


Dr. K said...

The Greater Earless Lizard is an interesting name.

packrat said...

What's that, Dr. K? Can you speak up? :)

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