Dr. K, Willow, Frio and I enjoyed our exploration this morning, reveling in the cool, humid weather. One critter of note today was the immature Swainson's Hawk I photographed at a great distance.
After our trek we took a short ride around various neighborhoods, but returned home after a short while. For a bit the sun was shining this afternoon, but the rain has started falling again.
|Raindrops on Soaptree Yucca leaves|
|Soaptrees in the long view|
|Ocotillo and Soaptrees|
|This & next: looking down at a Prickly Pear Cactus|
|Organ Mountains are out there somewhere|
|This & next 3: immature Swainson's Hawk|
|This & next: Barrel Cactus|
|Dr. K, Frio and Willow (my shadow)|
|This & next: how green is our desert?|
|Long view of Tortugas and the Organ Mountains|
What a treat to be able to photograph that immature Swainson's Hawk. These desert is so beautiful these days.
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