Tercui 2015 prt24 The growing Herds

The growing Herds prt1

The growing Herds prt1

More bushes; but these are alive. What caught my eye was, that they were growing at a certain distance from each other. That made them look like a herd; sometimes even heading in the same direction (probably due to the slope they’re growing on).

The growing Herds prt2

The growing Herds prt2

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The growing Herds prt3

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The growing Herds prt4

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The growing Herds prt5

The growing Herds prt6

The growing Herds prt6

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The growing Herds prt7

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The growing Herds prt8

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The growing Herds prt9

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The growing Herds prt10

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12 comments
  1. those colors and contrasts…. the gold and ochre, the mauve, the sandy pink… they’re beautiful…

  2. An astute observation about the plant formations, just looking at your photos makes me thirsty. These photos put me in mind of easter Colorado and how very dry it is.

    • Thanks; most of the time it’s dry and hot; but this year we had three rare rainy days.

  3. Great colours, pale and colourful at the same time. Only nature can arrange such a thing!

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