Beautiful shadow shots, you have a great eye for the small details.
I just followed a sad documentary about the monarchs yesterday on tv. It said that their future is compromised because of the deforestation in Mexico, they have nowhere to reproduce when they migrate from the States and get to their previous spots.
I love cactus hearts !cheers, parsnip
Dianne, these are so beautiful!!! Thank you for showing us these gorgeous desert shadows and all the light too. These would be wonderful to share with I Heart Macro if you want to join in.
These are terrific! I really like the grasshopper shadow!
Oh Diane I am so pleased you shared... I love this little butterfly photo so much!
Delightful shadows! Love the grasshopper on so many levels. Just catching up with some blogging pals...miss you all.
So gorgeous, Dianne! You live in such a beautiful part of the world... xoxo Silke
Beautiful shadow shots! The desert light is so intense and pure, it makes for great shadow definition.
Beautiful photos! The shadows are lovely.
Shadows make people tall and great.
Beautiful photos!I like the third picture and the little grasshopper very much!!!
Your images are always beautiful and amazing.
Pretty! Is that a Monarch? It looks like one but it doesn't seem to have enough webbing on the wings. Oh, it's a Queen, I think. I was at the Monarch exhibit at DBG the other day and have those photos on my blog now. However, I never see Monarchs, Queens, Viceroys, any of those, wild in my yard although I see plenty of other b-flies.
gorgeous! ah, your photos are always worth the look, diane.have a great weekend~
Great pictures! The cricket one is so good!
As usual, your desert photos are spectacular!
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