When the snow is finally out in late spring, false hellebore quickly emerges and spreads over the damp ground. These false hellebore were photographed at 10,640′ growing at the summit of Coal Bank Pass, San Juan Mountains, Colorado.
Evening light on the tall columns of saguaros in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona.
Along Madera Creek in the Santa Rita Mountains, Arizona. The top picture is from late February, the one below is from the same location in early November of the same year.
Looking west from Corona de Tucson, Arizona after a summer monsoon storm with ocotillos screening the view.
Willow Canyon in the Santa Catalina Mountains of Arizona and the granite landscape that is characteristic of these mountains.
A newly leafed-out Arizona sycamore in Fish Creek Canyon, Superstition Mountains, Arizona.
Prickly Pear Cactus and Woolly Daisies create an interesting juxtaposition in the Superstition Mountains in central Arizona.
The granite that forms Arizona’s Santa Catalina Mountains is evident in the many boulder dominated areas throughout the range. These rocks are part of a well defined area of many free-standing formations known as the hoodoos.
Another Way to Go is the title of an album by the great Texas singer, songwriter, and musician Radney Foster released back in September of 2002. The album’s strikingly rendered cover features a photo of this very road sign. It was taken at this remote road fork at the northern end of the Davis Mountains in far West Texas.