Thursday, 21 July 2011
The desert around Sedona is actually quite abundant with flora. There's supposed to be around 11 inches of water a year, mainly in the monsoon season - which is right about now.
The baby cactus we've acquired is supposed to only need one teaspoon of water a month, so I guess plants around here are pretty tough.
In the sky I can see five raptors soaring on the hot air, a little too high and distant for me to make out exactly what they are. Earlier there was an eagle, golden plumage alone, taking a short look at us before sliding away in a slow circular flight.
Posted by rashbre at 16:21