An Ocotillo blooming in the afternoon.
Fouquieria splendens is a plant indigenous to the Sonoran Desert and Chihuahuan Desert and Colorado Desert in the Southwestern United States, and northern Mexico. While semi-succulent and a desert plant, Ocotillo is more closely related to tea and blueberries than to cactuses. Wikipedia
Photo by James T Gunderson, taken at Anza Borrego, California
(Edition of 10 for each size)
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Archival Pigment on Canson Platine paper.
- 310gsm, 100% Cotton, High DMAX, No OBAs, Acid-free
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