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I like the mysterious atmosphere in this shot.

Great view Art and a wonderful variety of cacti. Actually its very special to see the blooming desert. *LIKE*
Best regards, Bernard

Beautiful creature Art and wonderful camouflage colors. You must have spotted it just because it moved, I guess. *LIKE*
Best regards, Bernard

Sharon, it's so good to hear from you again! I think of you often and hope you are doing well. I've probably uploaded a few hundred pictures since the last time I heard from you. I haven't gotten bored with the desert yet. There's just a small piece of my hand in the upper left of the picture. Trying to keep the sun off the lens.

Thanks again, tbaldy. I think this one was taken form the Jacob's Crosscut trail. The Superstitions seem to be very photogenic.

I think landscape pictures look better with late afternoon sun. Maybe that's just me, though. I thought you had taken this one as late as you did on purpose.

There's an unofficial trail to the top of Ittindi Rock (the vertical cliffs at the far left in this photo). The views of the lake from up there are very nice.

Thank you for your appreciation, CL!

Thank you, Bernard. I had to work a little for this one. Sat on the ground to get a better angle. Then I had to pick cactus spines out of my rear when I was done taking pictures. Sitting on the ground in the desert is not recommended.

Thanks. This was taken along the First Water Creek overlook trail. It's an unofficial trail that starts at a metal power line tower right next to Apache Trail. You can see 3 vehicles parked at the trailhead in the current satellite photo. It's an easy trail with lots of views of the lake and Four Peaks.

Slavonicus, Thank you, and I am so glad you enjoyed seeing it!

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