Early Morning Hike In Saguaro National Park   10 comments

With the sun rising over the Rincon Mountains, east of Tucson in the Saguaro National Park,
The Monday Morning Milers begin hiking the Wildhorse Trail in a chilly 32 degree fall morning.

The Wildhorse Trail is very dusty from no rain in several months.

The desert grasses glow from the morning sun.

The trail leads toward one of the canyons along the Wildhorse Trail.

The park, named after the beautiful giant saguaro cactus, is occasionally graced by the rear crested saguaro cactus.

The saguaro cactus are rarely found in groups, such as this group of twelve 20 to 70-year-old saguaros.

Images by kenne

Long after death, the ribs of saguaro remain standing, a shadow of its live self.

kenne

10 responses to “Early Morning Hike In Saguaro National Park

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  1. excellent!

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    thetalkinghangover
  2. nice photos! make me wish it was summer again soon

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  3. Some people may see the most unusual landscape around… I see home!

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  4. Absolutely amazing pictures! Looks like a wonderful place to hike, with lots to see.

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  5. Reblogged this on Becoming is Superior to Being and commented:

    A post from November 27, 2012.

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