Posts Tagged ‘mojave

13
Feb
17

the desert…

“The journey of every ignorant and obedient society always ends up in the same place: In the desert!” Mehmet Murat ildan

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25
May
16

Beauty & the Beast…

SwittersB-Mojave Cactus Bloom

18
Apr
16

a soft green in the desert…

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08
Apr
16

Cactus Bloom Unfolding…

cactus bloom, desert, Mojave, SwittersB

07
Apr
16

Desert Iquana…

Desert Iquana-Lizard-Willis Oasis-SwittersB

05
Mar
16

Desert contrast…

cactus & rocks-desert-SwittersB

03
Aug
15

outdoor chapel…

“My father considered a walk among the mountains as the equivalent of churchgoing.” Aldous Huxley

My Father didn’t abide much with organized religions…his take “I’m never more in touch with God than when I’m working the soil in the yard.”

joshua tree, california, mojave desert, SwittersB




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