A short hike across the sand leads to a watering hole extraordinaire.
Afternoon finds the infamous Batcave, aka deep shaft. Thousands of Mexican Freetail bats will exit this area around 7 p.m. Cold air (and the memorable smell of bat) rushes up.
Our task for the afternoon is perspective. We set up in a prime location, replete with shed on shed construction, adobe, and many a mining contraption.
Red film goes along way in showing just what the value range is.
As I sketched my current favorite plant, plantago insularis, a young canyon wren stopped to check me out…we had a little moment, it was great.
great reflected light!
We were short on time but managed some great perspective studies.
Karen, Betty, Edy, Margaret and Valerie
Just a little more air in those tires and she’ll be good-to-go.