It seems to me that most of the people I know either love Halloween (because of the fantasy and fun of dressing up as someone or something else) or they hate and want nothing to do with it (because they perceive it glorifies evil, death and Satan). I’ve met very few people who are neutral on […]
It’s a beautiful time of year in southern Arizona. The high temperatures have dropped to the mid-seventies and the light has become distinctly autumnal as the days are getting shorter. We desert-dwellers are enjoying incredible hiking, biking, running, barbecuing and basically “anything outside” weather! Image copyrighted. Use and/or reproduction prohibited without licensing from Martha Lochert.
We all live independent lives with schedules, relationships and opinions that are unique to our existence, but when viewed from a bird’s-eye perspective, the bigger picture emerges and it becomes apparent how interconnected, dependent and essentially the same we all are as a community. Image copyrighted. Reproduction and use prohibited without proper licensing from Martha Lochert.
As we move into fall, the cooler evening temperatures in the desert southwest make for some terrific hiking conditions. This photo is from Saguaro National Park West http://www.nps.gov/sagu. Arrive before sunset, while the gates are still open and enjoy a hike, a photo excursion, a bike ride or just a drive through with the windows down. Image […]
Home Depot: where even the pidgeons go to shop! Reproduction or use of this photograph requires licensing from Martha Lochert.
Oak Creek Canyon, which sits just north of the picturesque red rock town of Sedona, Arizona, is cut by the waters of Oak Creek. As with any creek, there are times throughout the year when the waters are low and others when the waters crest. Arizona experiences monsoon rains which temporarily swell all washes and […]