The California Poppies are gracefully unfolding their petals … http://www.MarthaLochertPhotography.com Image copyrighted. Licensing for use may be obtained from Martha Lochert.
It’s hard to imagine photographing the brilliant blue of a peacock’s feathers, knowing you are not going to show it, but sometimes the most colorful subjects are interesting in black and white instead. This image was the result of an assignment I gave one of my photo classes when we were at the zoo. The […]
Globe Mallow (Sphaeralcea) is a perennial desert wildflower that grows from one to three feet high in dry, rocky and sandy soils up to 3500 ft. in elevation and blooms throughout the spring, summer and fall. http://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=SPAM2 It produces a steady supply of pollen to honey bees and other insects, but according to the United States Forest […]
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About a week-and-a-half ago I photographed the annual Hillel Foundation fundraising concert on the campus of the University of Arizona. I have done this for at least the last sixteen years and it is always entertaining, even though I am working. This year Jane Lynch was the headliner and she was fantastic. She is such a performer […]
This 200′ sandstone column is called Church Rock. It sits just off US Route 191 near Monticello in southeastern Utah. As the lore goes, in the 1930’s Maria Ogden and her Utopian community Home of Truth had plans to chisel out the entire center of this rock to create a church. They got as far […]
Even though it’s warm and the wildflowers are already showing their faces here in southern Arizona, people in the northeast are experiencing something quite different. Don’t worry, my friends, winter is almost done and spring is just around the corner for you too. Look at this and envision the warm rays on your skin. Image copyrighted. Any use requires licensing from […]
Carnegia gigantea (Englem.) Brit & Rose forma cristata, better known as a crested saguaro is a rarity, occurring only once in every 250,000 saguaro. http://www.nps.gov/sagu/learn/nature/why_crested.htm The cause of the mutation is not definitively known, with some biologists professing it is the result of a genetic mutation and others believing it is the result of either a lightning […]