I photographed this Variegated Meadowhawk (Sympetrum corruptum) at Agua Caliente Park. Known, and named, for the natural hot springs, Agua Caliente on Tucson’s far northeast side is a wonderful place to spend a morning. The park includes nature trails, ponds, hot springs, numerous birds – including wild owls, diverse plant and insect life and an art gallery. http://www.pima.gov/nrpr/parks/agua_caliente/index.htm Image registered with […]
In February we had three days of temperatures that hovered at about fifteen degrees fahrenheit. These kind of temperatures just don’t happen in a place like Tucson, but this winter they did. My city is still showing the signs of the freeze by the numerous palm trees sporting brown crowns, citrus trees which have totally died and thousands […]
Though it is a happily accepted responsibility which brings much joy, the stewardship of the life of another soul is a daunting and sacrificial task which spans decades. May all mothers know their worth on this Mother’s Day. Enjoy. Image copyrighted. Use prohibited without permission or licensing from Martha Lochert.
It’s time for the 4th Avenue shopping district to block off the street for the Tucson Street Rod Association’s 37th annual car show as part of their yearly “Rodder Days” events. http://www.tucsonstreetrodassociation.com Hundreds of meticulously cared for cars will line a three-quarter mile stretch of street this Saturday – May 7, 2011 from 8 AM until 3 PM. I’ve been to the show for […]