Thursday, March 14, 2013
This week's theme is GREENERY.
It was great to see green grass this week at the timeshare where we are staying in Cornville AZ.
We've spent most of the winter in either Las Vegas or Mexico where you don't see much grass.
Even the cactus were bright green!
Posted by Jackie McGuinness at 3:30 AM
Labels: 2013, Arizona, green, Photography, Road Trip, Sedona, Theme Thursday, travel
Location: Sedona, AZ, USA
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I grew up in New Mexico. Those yucca plants make me kind of homesick. We do get them in Colorado, but they aren't quite so common.ReplyDelete
How I would love to put my barefeet in that grass! No green grass for my toes here in West Texas :-/ The green cactus is amazing, great photo!ReplyDelete
A wonderful photographic take on greenery! That grass looks so lush and soft.ReplyDelete
In a few more months there will be grass everywhere. It is true that most lawns in LV are filled with rocks but if the plants they put in there are beautiful then the lawn becomes almost like a work of art. We have green lawns here all year round so I guess it takes someone to remind me that I should appreciate this. I mean I do appreciate it but it is just something that is always here. The gardeners always make it look nice each week and so I guess we are very blessed.ReplyDelete
I love the picture of the cactus and that reminds me that I need to buy more succulents. One can never have too many succulents.
Thanks for sharing this with us for this weeks Theme Thursday and may your weekend in AZ be blessed with all the wonderful sights there are to see.
just spent the weekend in Laughlin...green is a rare commodity there except on the dice tables...nice pics of the cacti(is that correct?)ReplyDelete