Monthly Archives: June 2013

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Where did you once open to? What were you once a part of? Who made you ,when and are you functional anymore?  All wonderful questions asked when I walked past this door in Old Town Scottsdale, Arizona and then walked … Continue reading

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Dark Eyes

Dark Eyes Not blue like the sky rare like violet or green as an emerald But dark as night Dark as coal Dark as sweet chocolate or a rich cup of coffee without cream. And like cafe au lait we … Continue reading

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A letter to my father…

Happy Father’s Day Daddy, I cannot recall too much of what life was like with you when I was a little girl because you were always working so hard to take care of us.  You had a Monday through Friday … Continue reading

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Methusalah

Not the really really really old guy from biblical times –  this is Methusalah the cactus located in Congress, Arizona.  According to a sign near his base it says circa 1600.  This is supposed to be the oldest saguaro cactus … Continue reading

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Easy Riders…

As seen outside of the Twin Wheels Cafe (a VERY western cafe) in Wickenberg, Arizona – well that is where we were standing and ate.  They all came out of Trader J’s.  Get your motor running…. Easy Riders Easiest Rider

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On the pond in Papago Park – Phoenix,Az.

There were so many ducks here and two momma ducks with their babies swimming around.  Everyone who came to the area wanted to feed the ducks and the ducks were waiting impatiently for them to get with the feeding!  The … Continue reading

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Papago Park

Papago Park in Phoenix, Arizona is located near the Phoenix Zoo, Desert Botanical Garden and the hole in the rock.  You can hike, climb, photograph your heart out (wink wink), grill, picnic, fish (fish? in the desert?) and feed the … Continue reading

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The Rose

Their back! Their back! And in full bloom!  I’m so happy about it that I just had to post a bit of a teaser about them.  There will be more images posted (and offered for purchase) coming soon….along with the … Continue reading

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Hole in the Rock – Phoenix, Arizona

In this world there are a lot of rocks and a lot of rocks with holes in them.  This is about the one in Phoenix, Arizona in Papago Park.  We were told about it on our last visit and this … Continue reading

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Nose to the stamen…

Couldn’t very well say nose to the grindstone in this case now could I? Do bees even have noses? Oh well, you get the point here.  This little busy bee had its head deep down into this flower getting the … Continue reading

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