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Desert Wildflowers

Postby Jim_b » Sat Oct 10, 2009 6:15 pm

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Link to wildflower reports http://www.desertusa.com/wildflo/wildupdates.html

In 2005 Frank Kee sent this photo to our desert wildflower report, the photo was taken the Carrizo Plain NM. The 2010 desert wildflower season may be as good as 2005 if some of the weather forecasts come true. The picture is still popular on the internet and it was our picture of the year in 2005.

For more on the photo http://www.keesphotos.com/gallery/1680669_gmPVN#82457609_UbBfa

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Re: Desert Wildflowers

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Re: Desert Wildflowers

Postby Paul » Sat Apr 03, 2010 11:53 pm

Here are a couple of shots from Anza-Borrego in mid-March of this year. I was a little too early for the best show, but still nice.

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Re: Desert Wildflowers

Postby reptilist » Sun Apr 04, 2010 7:48 am

In the Black Hills of Greenlee County, Arizona:

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Re: Desert Wildflowers

Postby LDMGOLD » Sat May 01, 2010 5:25 pm

I really love the photos of the desert. You all do a great job. I won't have to depend on Arizona Highways so much for beautiful flower photos. The wife and I photographed the poppies along 191 between Safford and Clifton not to long ago. They were fabulous. We also enjoyed Terry's photos of the flowers along 191.
If I ever learn how to post photos I will post some of my wife's photos of the desert. We have be desert rats for more than fifty years. She was born in St. Johns, AZ and I was raised in Tonto Basin and Globe. Jim told me I had to post something once every thirty days or my account would be closed.

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Re: Desert Wildflowers

Postby Jim Hatt » Sun May 02, 2010 7:33 am

LDMGOLD wrote:Jim told me I had to post something once every thirty days or my account would be closed.



:o Tom, I think the words I used were more like... Your account falls into the "inactive" catogory. ;) (The result is the same tho isn't it?) :lol:

Have you checked out the instructions for including photos in your posts at:

viewtopic.php?f=9&t=1758

They have been updated with graphics, that make them a little easier to understand.

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Re: Desert Wildflowers

Postby LDMGOLD » Sun May 02, 2010 8:25 pm

Jim, I do apologize. You did say my account would become inactive. Hopefully I will find something to post monthly because I think this Desert USA is really a cool and educational site.

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Re: Desert Wildflowers

Postby reptilist » Sun May 02, 2010 8:48 pm

Yes, I hope you'll stick around Tom!

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Re: Desert Wildflowers

Postby spiny » Sun May 02, 2010 9:30 pm

There are some spectacular photos on this thread!

Tom, take it from me, if I can learn to post photos, ANYONE can.
I used the instructions Yuccahead provided.

My humble contribution to this thread:

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An ocotillo at Big Bend, Texas

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Re: Desert Wildflowers

Postby LeeVW » Mon May 03, 2010 7:21 am

It's a bit late for this year, but wouldn't it be something to have a calendar made up of all these great photos?


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