Fantastic captures! Well done.
Beautiful and fantastic captures, Diane! The agave looks way way up high. Have a great weekend...
It is hard to capture these little guys! You've done a great job, beautiful colors!
Beautiful images, Diane. The agave seem to be a popular feeding station for the birds.
Hello, Diane!These are stunning! Very special lanscape and the pictures are delightful.
Love the photos. You always post the best bird shots. Is this agave in your yard ?I had two very old and huge Century Plants, in the back yard they were like art in my garden. One of them bloomed 2 years ago, the stalk was huge and although beautiful they die after they bloom, I was so sad.Have a lovely but it will be hot weekend !cheers, parsnip
Hi Parsnip, this agave is by the entrance to the visitor center at Sabino Canyon. :)
Hey!!! Those are amazing!!! There is an agave on Orange Grove and 1st that makes me go ooooohhhh everytime I see it. But because it's in the middle of the street, I can't stop. But I've wanted to snap a shot of that beauty for a couple weeks now. The hummingbirds is icing on the cake. I love your pictures! You get some great wildlife shots.
Correction....hummingbirds "are":) Where did I learn my English!!?? Good thing I teach Spanish only:)
Exquisite...! You reveal so much of the desert wonders and mysteries...
Beautiful progression of your images, seeming to follow the curve of the agave.
That last photo is phenomenal.
Really really great pictures.
soo gorgeous!i love them all!xx
These are such endearing images, Diane, thank you!A wonderful weekend to you,Merisi
whew -- awesome photos !
Captured so beautifully!My Sky Shot, have a great weekend.
Not only a nice stalk but delicious flowers to entice those birds. Great shots.
Cool how those agave flowers attract all the different birds. Nice photos!
Diane, these are amazing photos!!! Are those hummingbirds? Every image is gorgeous!
You take the most beautiful pictures. While in Strawberry this weekend, I saw several of these plants dried and shellacked and used as display stands. They were striking.
beautiful and joyful, you always have fascinating captures in your side of the world, Diane.
They can be as big as a bird, and as small as a bee.
Hello! I have not seen before so like plant! Thanks!
Unos instantes de gran belleza.Saludos.
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