Thursday, March 29, 2018
Big Cloud Over Us
It was a literal, not a metaphorical cloud. Our spirits were high, and we had a lovely evening with neighbors.
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Labels: Arizona, clouds, Dos Cabezas, mountains, weather
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
Downtown Sculpture in Safford, Arizona -- Snow Higher Up
On a recent trip up to Safford in Graham County, this sculpture caught our attention, and we circled back so I could photograph it. I imagine the boy and girl as brother and sister, and I love the way they have been captured sharing a book and reading together. The sculpture is charming from any angle, as you can see.
The artist is Max Turner — and you could have the same sculpture in your downtown or garden!
Across the street is the stately Graham County Court House.
Shifting slightly and zooming, then, I can show you Mount Graham with fresh snow at its north slope peak on Tuesday, March 27.
From south on Hwy. 191, here is a different view of Mt. Graham. Its elevation in the Pinaleño Mountains is in excess of 10,000 feet above sea level.
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Labels: Arizona, art, civic art, garden art, Mount Graham, mountains, Pinaleno Mountains, Safford, sculpture, snow
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Oh, These Young Ones!
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Labels: Arizona, cattle, cows, Dos Cabezas
Saturday, March 24, 2018
Mountainview Backyard Visitors
They saunter into the yard,
they hang around a while,
and the move on.
Bye-bye until your next visit, cows!
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Labels: Arizona, cattle, cows, Dos Cabezas, ghost town
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Can You Identify This Hawk For Me?
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