Wednesday, December 21, 2011

A Few Lost "Treasures" from the Southwest

I was looking through some photos (looking for one or two in particular) and I came across these three photos that I'd completely forgotten about.

These first two were from when I lived in Tucson, AZ (2000-2002).

I was out and about somewhere, and realized I probably didn't have enough any saguaro photos.
I always thought that orange plant looked cool. Not sure what it's called, by the way.

 This was at Seven Falls (after we'd gotten some good rain) - this was a nice day hike I liked taking every so often. I think I took this photo when Andrew and I hiked there, once.
(I think I've posted this photo before . . . but it's been a while since I've looked at it, and it's cool, so I'm posting it again!)


This was Liv's first Christmas (in New Mexico). I always thought her "bed head" was funny when she was a baby - it always got all spiked up like that in the back.

10 comments:

Michaele said...

I do love those cactus. I don't think I have ever seen one other than in photos. I'd love to hang a sombrero one and then take a photo of it ; )

Jill said...

LOVE that shot of the falls and Livie is just adorable with her hair all spikey. hehehe!

TexWisGirl said...

love the falls over the rocks shot! beautiful!

Randy said...

Amazing looking places.

Teresa said...

Ocotillo maybe? hard to tell but it could be in the same family. Great pics!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Those are gorgeous. I love the cacti.

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

Yes, "ocotillo" sounds familiar . . .

Sandy said...

These photos are really neat. I've never been to Seven Falls but it looks amazing. Livie looked like she was starting to grow a little cactus on the side of her head. hee hee too cute.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Lovely capture of the falls after the rain. So pretty -- and that photo of Livie is adorable! :)

Healthier And Wealthier said...

You must really be a busy lady....leading a wonderful life including school and parenting. Enjoy every moment of this special time! I always wanted to learn to ride a horse but I never have. I still might. Who knows?

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