Cacti and Succulent images

By: AnneAbrams , 8:18 PM GMT on March 25, 2011

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Even more cacti! (spicysquid)
Even more cacti!
Euphorbia lactea cristata (AnneAbrams)
This is a closeup detail of fairly large plant
Euphorbia lactea cristata
4 cacti (Amygloria3)
Taken at Picacho Peak
4 cacti
Mountain Sunset & Cacti (Lauren517)
Mountain Sunset & Cacti
cacti in Joshua Tree (rebwan)
a great pink cactus
cacti in Joshua Tree
Desert Cacti (PattiB)
Spring has come to the New Mexico desert.
Desert Cacti
South Texas Cacti Bloom (AtTheWall)
South Texas Cacti Bloom
Cacti (jenbear26)
Aruban Doves (suzi46)
seemed to me these Doves were almost identical to the American Mourning Dove..larger though and more Pigeon-like in their behavior..never saw flocks of them on trees like this at home..and certainly not on huge Cactus saying 'hello' to me!!
Aruban Doves
Desert garden (Tsurai)
Teddy Bear cholla, saguaro and barrel cactus...
Desert garden
Mexican Red Wolf (Gullywasher)
A rare sighting of the endangered Mexican, or Red Wolf, in the early morning at Organ Pipe Cactus Monument, AZ. The wind was right so he didn't scent me and I was still trying to get a bird shot. A gift!
Mexican Red Wolf
Joshua Tree CA (erikolai)
Desert Cactus
Joshua Tree CA
Barbara Cactus (Lauren517)
This is the cactus / mountain spot I have submitted 3-4 times and gotten AC on 3. I named it after my wife as she spotted the location. It is taken at 3000 feet near our home and Mt. Wrightson is 9500 feet back in the Santa Rita Mountains. We can drive to 5600 feet to hike / picnic within half hour. Main reason I posted it is to wish all of you the blessings of all kinds for 2011. And thanks to WU for making this venue available to all of us. And thanks to the people here who are so responsive and just good people. (On edit - not sure why comments were not allowed - box is checked to allow them! Ooops, now they might be coming - I did not change anything!)
Barbara Cactus
Simple cactus beauty (spicysquid)
A top view of this cactus reveals its simple beauty without the need of flowers
Simple cactus beauty
Curved Bill Thrasher (AZGrace)
... sitting on top of a Totem Pole cactus
Curved Bill Thrasher
Cactus Wren (Lauren517)
AZ State Bird
Cactus Wren
Sunrise (Lauren517)
Shot my favorite cactus at sunrise
Itsy bitsy spider (Leelee)
About 0.08 inches and almost translucent - but very busy on a cactus barb.
Itsy bitsy spider
Desert throne (AZK9lover)
A striking desert bird perches high up on a cactus
Desert throne

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4. shoreacres
3:48 AM GMT on August 18, 2011
Oh, my. I can't compete with these, but my current blog has photos of my three blooming cactus, including a cereus monstrose that just bloomed after ten years of sitting on my balcony!
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3. AnneAbrams
3:44 AM GMT on August 18, 2011
Thanks to all the photographers for sharing their cactus images on WU. Ann e
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2. seflagamma
9:37 PM GMT on March 25, 2011
Those are beautiful photos.. thank you for the selection!
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1. terry2beads
8:54 PM GMT on March 25, 2011
I love all the cacti pics. I'll be checking back to see more. Sorry I don't have any to contribute.
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I love seeing everyone's photos from around the world and exploring what I find with my camera's eye. I live in northern California.

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