Sunday, January 10, 2010

Desert Wildflower Towers and Agave

A piece of Chihuly still remains at the Desert Botanical Gardens.

This is a photo of the Desert Wildflower Towers on a sunny winter day in Arizona.

These glass towers are mixed in with the green agave and you can see two agave cacti have tall stalks shooting upwards.

I cannot wait to see how the Desert Wildflower Towers look when the stalks of the agave cactus open up with their own unique flowers and stems.

Today is Sunday which means new travel photos. Check out Merida, Mexico at Viva la Voyage!

13 comments:

Kate said...

Lovely shade of green.

glenda said...

This is such a beautiful piece to greet you at the Botanical gardens. A good one to keep.

*SparkleMirror* Kiln-Fired said...

Probably the most fascinating Chihuly desert piece so far. Though not the most beautiful, in my humble opinion, these look so real. Wouldn't want to bump into one, though. Chihuly probably wouldn't want me to either ;)
David

brattcat said...

I hope you'll make it back to catch that with your camera.

Sharon said...

How funny, I was just there yesterday and took some more photos of these wonderful towers. I'm so hoping the garden raises enough money to keep them.

JM said...

Wonderful composition with the agave blooms on their way to the sky!
Are you better now, Julie? I hope so.

Lois said...

They look lovely against that beautiful blue sky!

Phivos Nicolaides said...

Beautiful wild flowers!

Rajesh said...

Very beautiful desert white flowers. Nice shot with the lighting.

Clueless in Boston said...

Even the winters in Arizona look warm:)

Don and Krise said...

I really like the colors of these.

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

Isn't is amazing Julie? Nature has so much diversity! Different places have different unique creativity of the nature!! Thanks so much for sharing this photo :)

Rays of Hope

J Bar said...

Beautiful shot.
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