Desert Owl, Sonora Desert Museum, Arizona, 2005

After all the rain and wind that has buck-sawed my life for the last four days, those pictures from Ulm are getting too dark and heavy. I need the brittle edge and hard light of the desert, and where is the desert purest? Arizona. The real desert: hard-edged, hot, brittle to cutting, and unforgiving. Looks nice, but it bites hard, like this apparently cuddly-some big boy.

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One Response to Desert Owl, Sonora Desert Museum, Arizona, 2005

  1. RJ says:

    Barn owls – the oh-so-silent, but deadly, midnight mirauders.

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