Tuesday, May 14, 2013

A young saguaro

All of us have to go through the process of birth, growth and death. This is true even of the majestic saguaro cactus, the icon of the Arizona-Sonora Desert. This is a much younger saguaro than you might usually see in photos, but it is still likely almost fifty or so years old. It can take up to a hundred years for the saguaro's arms to appear. I should live so long.

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