A network of backlit webs covers a dried rose blossom.
For once, I’m more sure of the Latin name of this flower than of the common name. The Latin name is Polemonium brandegeei. I found them near the top of the Sandias (New Mexico). Their common name might be Yellow Jacob’s Ladder or it might be Yellow Sky Pilot — or perhaps neither. Regardless, I loved the way…
Painted silos in the small town of Antonito, Colorado.
A pile of ponderosa pine cones I found along Tree Spring Trail (in the Sandias) yesterday. I didn’t arrange them — this is how they fell.
The population of painted lady butterflies has exploded over the last couple of weeks in and around Albuquerque. They are everywhere — in the valley, foothills, and even east mountains.
What better celebration of spring could there be?