Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Saguaro Ribs and Papago Mountain

Now you can really see the hole in the rock on Papago Mountain.

The Saguaro ribs from the dead Saguaro cactus adds a nice foreground to the red mountain.

Note the number of hikers on this gorgeous day! I am glad I live in Scottsdale where we get so much sunshine and can enjoy our winters.

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7 comments:

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This shows the Saguaro ribs very well, which provide structure and strength to the giant, heavy cacti.

Sharon said...

I don't think I've ever seen that many hikers on the butte all at once. I guess they are enjoying the gorgeous sunshine and the view.

Mirela said...

Sweet! If there were no people in the background, I'd use this one as my new desktop wallpaper...

brattcat said...

The colors in this are so rich and potent.

Lois said...

I never knew about the Saguaro ribs until I saw them on your blog Julie. That is a beautiful picture!

Don and Krise said...

I had no idea that hole was that big. Whoa!

JM said...

The Papago Mountain is incredible! Great shot, Julie!

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