This moon was just a sliver, so pretty. When I zoomed in, I could see the whole circle, but to the naked eye, only the crescent showed.
There were a lot of planes overhead during the day with these chem trails - I tried to get a photo of the actual planes, too. In this one, you can barely see the plane.
When Katie and I were taking a walk, a colorful insect flew by, with the sunshine highlighting iridescent colors. He landed on the lawn. I wish I could have gotten him flying - he looked a little like a firefly.
We left Camp Verde, AZ on Wednesday morning, and drove toward Quartzsite, through Blythe and onward, until we arrived in Indio, CA. It was such a nice drive!
Every time I drive The Palms, it's like a spiritual experience, I feel so free and just love seeing the countryside, whether it's desert, forest, or city, there's always something interesting to see.
This time the best part was the continual forest of flowering Saguaro Cactus. I stopped a couple of times to snap some photos.
The Saguaros mostly had flowers just on the tops of their stalks (or arms?).