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Desert in bloom 2 - Sunrise Peak, Scottsdale, Arizona
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The Arizona desert usually seems somewhat moonlike and generally hostile to all life. However, there are times when the desert springs to life - springtime in fact. During just a few weeks, following a (relatively) rainy season, the landscape fills with green and yellow, and to a lesser degree orange and red. It really is magnificent. There is animal life too of course, but it's nearly all nocturnal. During the day there are only a few birds and lizards.
Copyright: Jeffrey Martin
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上传: 14/04/2010
更新: 05/06/2014
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Tags: desert; cactus; flowers; saguaro; handheld panorama; spring
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