Tree in the wind (clouds snow winter desert mountains ). Photo by ACCEPTConsulting

Tree in the wind

Uploaded by: ACCEPTConsulting

Saturday January 23, 2010

Amado, AZ (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: On Mount Hopkins Road in the Santa Rita Mts

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About ACCEPTConsulting

ACCEPTConsulting

ACCEPT Consulting Services is located in the Sonoran desert on a bajada (alluvial fan) of the Santa Rita Mountains south of Tucson Arizona. Elephant Head rock on the west side of the Santa Ritas is in my "back yard" and appears in many of the photos. My work collecting traffic data has me traveling all over southern Arizona and allows time some for taking pictures in remote areas. WU weather station - KAZAMADO2

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