Besides signs at the museum here that warned you to watch out for snakes (I kept my eyes open but was banking on them being in hibernation) and arrows directing you to stay on the walking paths, there were also signs identifying some of the plants in the area. There were saguaro and chola cactus, Palo Verde trees and sage and jojoba bushes like the one at the bottom of the windmill to name a few.
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If it weren’t for the signs, you’d think you were in the old west.
Well we were in the new old west or the old with new added west 🙂
I love those old windmills out west. Nice photos!
Thanks. I like them too.
And now for living color! Nice.
Yep! Thanks, Tim.
Such a beautiful sky #GodsGifts
Amen to that!
Great shot, Teri, though I think I like the monochrome best. Makes it seem so much older, which is why I demand all photos that include me be in full color. In Kodachrome I’m 25 again!
Kodachrome gives the nice bright colors….la la la