Desert Spring

There is no way to describe the diversity and expanse of wildlife and flora in this particular Spring. With the mild El Niño temperatures and all the rains, the desert is still a vast blooming eye pleaser. Varieties seldom seen have appeared in technicolour before our eyes. Desert Iguanas saunter along while Whiptails nervously stay on some kinetic path as they shimmer blue and silver-black. Within ten minutes of arriving a beautiful 4 foot long snake skin revealed itself to me while I bent over to pick up some wind blown garbage, probably my own. Here are some of the other Spring photographs…

Desert Iguana and Desert Willow
Snake skin
Cottontail
Another Skull rock in Joshua Tree
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