Twelve New Photos Taken Today

Here are twelve new snaps for ya! I’m trying a new post format by uploading twice a day instead of uploading so much content each day. I think I’ll like this format.

If things go correctly, I plan to take a ride into the mountains tomorrow for some much cooler air and fresh photos outside of the usual things I photograph too much these days thanks to you know what.

The Lantana continue to thrive with the addition of fertilizer, and it’s been nice to have that dead Ash tree removed since yesterday. No more dead leaves blasting into my garage, and into the backyard too. The neighbors will like that.

Ash trees are not well suited to the desert climate really, according to the tree company’s owner I’ve worked with for two years now at this home. I’ll be back…

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Early Morning Sunshine

Good morning from my backyard where it’s 78 wonderful degrees. Here are four photos of the sunshine at a different angle than the day, the light seems softer. Wilson is also enjoying the morning sunshine too! I hope your day has been good. 😎

Deep in The Valley

These photos were taken about three years ago on the way home from a visit to Lake Mead, maybe from Hoover Dam too. It’s obvious that I’m at the very eastern edge of the valley, the ground drops off very sharply on this road and continues west across the valley. Frenchman Mountain is to my left at around four thousand feet feet.

The Subdivision Entrance

I really like this image, it’s appeared here before but it looked a bit different. It is part of a structure at the entrance of a new subdivision on the west side of the valley, near where Charleston Boulevard exits the city proper and heads west into the open desert.