Didn't realize that cholla grew at this climaate.
Is that a wagon behind it? So very western! Fantastic shot :D
I didn't know it's a Cholla cactus until your comment OaklandDP!!! Thanks for naming it!!!That's a wagon Kaori! One thing about this area, it is very "western" here!!! And there are a lot of these old rickety pieces of history scattered about...
Great shot but look at all of that snow! I fear it will never leave my high Sierra get-a-way!
I know what you mean Martha Z!!! June 6 and we still have a lot of snow around here!!!
Not even Bodie and you've still got the wagon. I love it.
They're all over the place up here Petrea!!!
hitch that wagon up to my blog. I'm watching out for you
Thanks PA!!! Wish there had been a whole lot of Cholla at the base of your Lacy Street Shelter mural to stop those varmints from desecrating your mural!!!
What an iconic picture to advertise the Sierras. I can't believe you've still got so much snow! The snow on Baldy has almost gone.
We've still got huge snow patches all around our house Bellis!!! I'm wearing my uggs, and a sweatshirt, and still feel a bit chilled!!!
Not to be prickly about it but...Your skies look like ours.Your mountains have turned gray & whiter, while ours are still brown & green.
Well Cafe...our White Mountains (and believe it or not, that's the name of this range!) will be keeping your lawns nice and green this season!!!
Fabulous shot, texture, composition - wow! (Did you try it out in b/w?) Love this one!Bises,G
Yes...I did try B&W...the wagon and mountain were too similar in shade and intensity so it didn't work as well as the color...Thanks! I have to give tribute to Linda, my friend that I was galavanting around with...as she found the Cholla and the wagon...
I hope you had a good zoom for this one. Those spines are treacherous! Great shot though! :)V
Managed to take this with out getting stuck V!!!