Thursday, May 9, 2013

More spring pics

From the month of April:




















Linking to Clytie's, Guest Hearts Thursday.

25 comments:

Chris Rohrer said...

Wonderful Diane! Love the heart shaped cactus paddle.

Annie said...

Love the eggs. The cactus paddle heart would be a thorny challenge. Nice day in the desert.

Magpie said...

The eggs are elegantly beautiful.

Rizalenio said...

Those eggs look so cute. :)

angryparsnip said...

Don't you just love when you find Prickly Pear cactus heart ? They are the best.

cheers, parsnip

ladyfi said...

Ah, what lovely shots!

Thérèse said...

Why is a desert called a desert!

cieldequimper said...

You could make a seasons book!

Betty Manousos said...

so much beauty! thanks for sharing:)


i linked to you today!


Beth Niquette said...

I just LOVE that cactus heart. It fills my eyes. Wonderful shot!!!

Happy Guest Heart Thursday!

rainfield61 said...

The Spring sings a sweet song.

Ramakant Pradhan said...

Lovely collection of pics. We already have a taste of summer in my neck of the woods.

Clytie said...

I am in awe of this entire post. What an amazing variety of critters and beauty you are surrounded by!

Of course I LOVE the cactus heart - Pokies and all!!!

Magia da Inês said...

Belíssimas fotos.
As flores do deserto são lindas!

¸╭•⊰✿¸.

Bom domingo!
Feliz Dia das Mães!
Beijinhos.♡ღ

•*✿⊱╮ღ

caucasusgeography said...

Hello! What a wonderful photos!

betchai said...

wonderful photos, and love it ended with a heart :) happy mom's day to you Diane.

Darla said...

Fabulous diversity displayed here... Awww, the precious eggs captured so sweetly in their nest... do you know what kind of bird laid the eggs?

Diane AZ said...

Hi Darla, those bluish eggs in the nest in a cholla cactus could be curve-billed thrasher. :)

ZielonaMila said...

Fantastic photos, amazing place:) Greetings

Janie said...

Ah, what a great glimpse into life in the desert. The bunny and the roadrunner are my fav pics. But they're all beautiful.

Laura said...

so beautiful Diane!!!

Annie said...

I just took a second look. The picture of the yellow breasted birdie is a hoot. He look like he has twig wings. Bird and shrub are one.

Celeste said...

Do you know the bird species that produced the eggs?

Diane AZ said...

Hi Celeste, the eggs were probably curve-billed thrasher. :)

Phioxee said...

i like how the deer skeptic look ;-)