‘Simple’ geology

30 06 2019


All those layers and humps and ridges and rills are fascinating, eh? A lot like that big grey boy in the lower part of the image, looking calm and cool … as he watches a young bachelor out of the frame. 🙂


29 06 2019


Corazon, in the course of his grazing, picked up a little sprig of something that may not have been quite to his liking. But there’s plenty more that’s keeping the ponies fat and sassy this year!


28 06 2019


Sometimes he has a goal; sometimes he’s just chillin’ with his pals.

Green light

27 06 2019

Storm; Temple Butte and Brumley Point

Handsome boy in a beautiful landscape.

Soft ‘n prickly

26 06 2019

Flowering prickly pear cactus

Flowers still are blooming in the basin.

When friends crash your photo shoot

25 06 2019

Kestrel and Comanche

Kestrel and Comanche

Again, you’re welcome for your morning chuckle. 🙂


24 06 2019

Maia, Alegre and Houdini

What other critters has this amazing and ancient juniper tree sheltered in its shade over decades – or centuries??

Maia, Alegre and Houdini certainly appreciate its shade.

No exertion here

23 06 2019

Storm; Temple Butte and Brumley Point

Storm was napping in the cooler-than-usual summer sunshine, with his band grazing around him. I found a place to sit and watch (taking advantage of the spectacular background!), and every now and then, he’d come alert and look over, assure himself that all was well, then return to his nap.

Not too much bothers the big boy. 🙂

Summer solstice

22 06 2019

Hayden; McKenna Peak

Sometimes, it’s impossible to convey the *feeling* behind the beauty of our world. Sure, photos can help me *try* to share that beauty, but a photo is only a square, limited view.

Wherever THERE is for you, get out there in the beauty, and if you can, share it with others.

Think about the variety of life on this planet. Nowhere else in the known universe has what Earth has. We are so blessed to enjoy the beauty of this big, blue ball.

And happy summer solstice. 🙂 Summer is here.


21 06 2019


Maiku was standing guard for his band (he’s a lieutenant stallion), watching another nearby band. As long as they keep their distance, the little guy can be drowsy in the June sunshine. 🙂