9 thoughts on “Blue Sky, Snow Sky and Joshuas

    • Hi Alphe, sorry for the delay. This is called a Joshua Tree, and you are so right! Those tines are deadly sharp on the tip. Never touch! Odd thing is, the wild donkeys slide in between them and eat the dead tines. That doesn’t do the tree any good at all, the donkeys are not native animals as best I know. This tree has been known to live 700 years! A true survivor in a harsh, dry climate. ❤️

    • Thanks so much MJ! The squall beyond seemed sort of stuck where it was for a bit. Drove out, then back into it later.

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