The Black-Headed Grosbeak is a common visitor to much of the Western United States, where it breeds and raises its young during the summer. It migrates south during the fall, spending its winters in Mexico.
Cactus Flower #2 exhibits a violet hued flower that contrasts with the green, spine covered stem of the cactus. It is now available as a framed print from Fine Art America.
You can bring this print to life with hundreds of different frame and mat combinations. Framed prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by expert framing staff and delivered “ready to hang” with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails. Choose frame and mat combinations here.
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A common bird of the Southwestern U.S., the Curve-billed Thrasher will visit Tucson backyards that offer a natural desert scrub environment. The preferred habitat of Arizona’s Curve-billed Thrasher include cholla cactus, prickly pear, mesquite, and Continue reading “The Curve-Billed Thrasher”
Prints made from this calming photograph of a cactus flower exhibit a soothing blend of red and magenta color rendered in soft light.
This image can be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, poster, art print, wood print, or metal print, at Fine Art America. Other products include throw pillows, tote bags, and coffee mugs. Click here for sizes and prices.
The cactus family is one of the most diversified groups in the plant kingdom. The flowers of the cactus family exhibit a variety of shapes, sizes, and coloration. The flowers are often stunning and contrast sharply (no pun intended) with Continue reading “Cactus Flower”
Folks here in Tucson are fortunate to have a beautiful bird like the Harris’s Hawk living and breeding right here in our city. Tucson is located in the northern limits of this hawks range. Its range extends from the southern portions of Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas, into Mexico and South America.
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The new website, will feature my latest photos and videos along with information about the subject or location where the image was captured.
I recently moved back to my native state of Arizona and I am currently residing in Tucson, Arizona. I look forward to sharing the images I capture as I wander around Arizona, the Sonoran Desert, and other locations across the country.