Archive for the ‘Yellow Blossoms’ Tag

It’s Not Easy Being Purple   4 comments

Green Mountain, Saguaro, MissionPurple Prickly Pear Cactus — Image by kenne

It’s not easy being purple
you don’t blend in with
so many other ordinary things
And people tend to stare at you
‘Cause you stand out
Like a sore thumb
next to yellow blossoms.

kenne

Macdougal’s Nipple Cactus (Mammillaria heyderi var. macdougalii)   5 comments

Friday with Friends & Molino Basin to Prison Camp

Edi Moore guided us to a couple of Macdougal’s Nipple Cactus in Molino Basin last Monday while hiking the area. These two are only about 4″ high and somewhat concealed by other plants and desert debris. This sighting was my first.

Friday with Friends & Molino Basin to Prison Camp

The blossoms had not yet opened on one plant, but should soon follow the other with beautiful greenish-yellow blossoms.

Friday with Friends & Molino Basin to Prison CampAlthough not that common, they are native to the desert’s higher elevations and are a protected plant.  — Images by kenne

Walking Down The Yellow-Tree Road   3 comments

Images by kenne

The Yellow-Tree Road

Resembling

diminutive fires;

blooming

on green sticks (Palo Verde);

setting

the desert a glow;

converging

roads in a sea of yellow;

alluring

sweet winds;

moving

desert naturalness;

knowing

the road less traveled.

kenne

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