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Fountain Grass   2 comments

Baby Jesus Trail Nov 2012Fountain Grass in the Santa Catalina Mountains — Image by kenne

Fountain grass is commonly used desert landscape in Tucson. Yes, it’s attractive, but it produces lots of seeds that spread rapidly from cultivation into nearby disturbed areas, and eventually into natural habitats. It typically forms dense stands, aggressively competes with native species, especially perennial grasses, and seasonal annuals, for space, water, and nutrients. The above photograph was taken in the Pusch Ridge Wilderness area in the Santa Catalina Mountains several miles from where it may have been part of someone’s landscape.

Forest Fires are common in the mountains of southern Arizona, and fountain grass provides lots of fuel and is well adapted to fire therefore is a serious threat to the native species.

— kenne

Happy Birthday, Trudy   Leave a comment

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Trudy Lynn (November 24, 2002) — Computer Art by kenne

Houston’s Trudy Lynn   1 comment

Houston’s Trudy Lynn (October 24, 2002) — Image by kenne

This image of blues musician Trudy Lynn was taken at Fotofest 2002 in Houston’s warehouse district. This exhibit was of blues musicians (note image of Bonnie Raitt on the wall behind Trudy) and on this evening many of Houston’s blues greats were entertaining.

— kenne

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