Tuesday, September 13, 2005

DESERT QUILT

This is a very busy entry and I hope it doesn't freeze anyone up, but I wanted to share it with you.  The top picture is of some property owned by a friend of mine.  At first glance you might not think much of it, but all of the pictures below were taken right there in that very spot.




10 comments:

rjet33 said...

Tis absolutely awesome, Jody!  Thanks for sharing!

Blessings!
Susan

P.S.  Did you EVER get all that cactus outta your face?  Ouch!!!!!!

rap4143 said...

Wonderful pictures :)
Betty

boiseladie said...

Absolutely beautiful!

psychfun said...

Very cool.

njroulie56 said...

Your photographs are beautiful.  My daughter lives in Colorado, and I know how beautiful the sky and clouds are there,.  I truly enjoy your photos. My nephew Jordan Roulier is having brain surgery today (at this very hour). Reviewing the pics are very calming to me. Thank you.Nancy Roulier (NJRoulie@aol.com)

madcobug said...

WOW! And most of that was hidden. Very pretty. Helen

memes121 said...

Beautiful!

southernmush said...

Hi ! These pictures of the desert are all quite beautiful and stunning. I have to say that I miss the hot air balloons for which I loved....Your journal always has a lot to offer in beauty. Here's something that might get your readers laughing........How about showing some pictures of rocks ? You might show plain ordinary rocks lying on the ground that might leave your readers scratching their heads and wondering why, why, why ??? But I think that would be funny......What do you think ?

kokoapuffy1 said...

Great shots! It's amazing what you spot, taking a walk. I love wild flowers, thanks for sharing these.           ~Deborah

mtrib2 said...

Excellent display of the greater area, and then individual closeups.  You should be a photographer for a magazine.  Your work could be in National Geograhic.   mark

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