Secondary Threats

Tully Rohrer

February 27th, 2006

I learned the hard way that it’s not really the long cactus spines that get you, but rather the hundreds of tiny spines around the base of the big spines. This is a prickly pear cactus at sunset on top of Unos. Some of the colors on these plants as they die and dry out are incredible. The orange scars are what caught my eye in this case.
I need to get my act together and take some nice pictures, because Justin will be back from Colorado with some Pulitzer winners tomorrow.

you have found a new landscape with this picture certianly something inspired by powers of 10, wonderful my friend.

luke — February 27th, 2006

You never let me eat that strawberry thing fruit. You don’t know how bad I wanted it :[ Even if it was old and had fallen to the ground, I like to try everything.

YASMINE — May 25th, 2007

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