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Autumn at the Phoenix Desert Botanical Garden


This week, I wasn’t feeling too inspired by the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge.  Although I’ve seen some great photos around the topic of “Mine”, it just isn’t for me.  Instead, I’ve opted to join in on Where’s My Backpack’s weekly photo challenge of foliage.

I chose a few photos from my visit to the Phoenix Desert Botanical Garden last November. Even though these were taken last fall, you will still see plenty of green leaves adorning the trees and assorted plants in these photos.  While we do get a fair share of orange and yellow leaves in autumn out here in the desert, it’s not as widespread as say, the East Coast.  What stands out to me is that the sunlight is more subdued in the fall as opposed to the summertime.

If you want to join in on this challenge, check out http://wheresmybackpack.com/2012/09/28/travel-theme-foliage/

Author: Nicole

I started blogging to feed my creativity. I mostly blog about the weather, art, public transportation, and anything else I find interesting. Come join me! nmnphx.wordpress.com

6 thoughts on “Autumn at the Phoenix Desert Botanical Garden

  1. thank you for sharing – especially like the butterflies among the foliage

  2. I’ve been to the Phoenix Desert Botanical Garden when we had left Tucson from visiting my father. He was driving us to Sky Harbor for our flight out and said we MUST stop at the Gardens. I remember them as spectacular, and I brought a little cactus home. Your photos are beautiful. I, too, like the butterflies.

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  4. I loved seeing those butterflies!


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