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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Some Adventurous Photos!

That’s not a branch: a mammoth tusk is unearthed from the ground.
Not Legoland: a housing complex in San Buenaventura , Mexico
This giant cactus , Pachycereus weberi, is native to Mexico and southern Arizona.
A homeless man sets up a temporary abode in Los Angeles. Temporary?  You gotta' be kidding!
An ice cave formed by volcanic hot springs!

9 comments:

EG CameraGirl said...

The ice cave is amazing! And I am so glad I don't live in that Mexican housing complex. I would be lost all the time!

Weekend-Windup said...

All the photos were unique. Enjoyed seeing them...

Andrea Priebe said...

My goodness, Sylvia, these are amazing pictures. I love all of them, but the giant cactus, that is a first for me and I have been to Arizona many times. Very interesting ... Have a wonderful week, Sylvia :)

Andrea @ From The Sol

Mama Zen said...

That second shot is so weird! I'd never find my house!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Wow! All amazing Sylvia.. I love that I never know what I might find when I visit you here :)

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Amazing images and finds. I lived in Southern Arizona, I have to be honest...I've never SEEN this cactus before today. And the mammoth tusk...the guy must be on steroids to pull it out of the ground like that!! [kidding] Oh, I would LOVE to go into that ice cave.

magiceye said...

Amazing pictures indeed!

magiceye said...

Amazing pictures indeed!

Amazing wonders in my life said...

Wonderful ones!!

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