Huntington Desert Garden, Sunday Morning

Cyphostemna juttae:
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I love Aloe sabea's droopy quality: 
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Darth Yucca:
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Let us remember the man who built it.  Bravo!
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    1. Thank you, Les, very kind of you, especially considering what beautiful photos you take.

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  2. Oh Hoov, thank you! We're starting day two of a crazy wacky intense rain and wind storm up here in the PNW and I needed that!

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    1. Actual rain, measured in inches not fractions.

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    2. Inches not fractions. You torture me. Trade you some blazing heat and dust...

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  3. I am always amazed at your beautiul cactus and succulent photos!

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    1. They have a beautiful architecture that makes them such a pleasure to try to photograph.

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  4. You've really captured beautiful light with these photos. I especially like the back-lighting on #13.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Gorgeous photos dear Hoover, such interesting and amazing plants.
    xoxoxo ♡

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  6. Day three of wacky, intense rain now, and these gorgeous, warm, dry pictures are just the thing! Thank you, Hoov!!

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