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A couple of photos of the day before Christmas in Tucson..not a drop of snow and 60 degrees (F). The good news is, it isn't 105 degrees (F) and we may have…

My daughter had the craving for pumpkin and wanted to make some Pumpkin Hand Pies so yesterday she made them and we had some of the ugly ones for desert last…

Living here in the desert southwest part of the U.S., we are surrounded with many types of cactus. Cactus grows here naturally, of course, and residents…

On my last day in Cochise County, my parents and I decided to head over from Sierra Vista to Tombstone. It's just a scenic, 30ish minute, ride over to this…

I changed from black and white film to digital in 2011, quite late than others. More than 10 years of time, I got thousands of feet long film strips but quite a…

Very few human prints found in this calico canyon located in a remote portion of the Paiute reserve of Nevada. Dry winds flow ceaselessly through this music…

Exploding colors of the Borrego Springs desert illustrates what water can do. This image was taken on a very hot spring day. Foggy misters were a comfort as…
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