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fire-go-on-and-fire · 3 days ago
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thelostcanyon · 6 days ago
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Ocotillo (Fouquieria splendens), Pima Canyon, Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona.
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eachadventure · 26 days ago
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NEW VIDEO UP!! In todays video, we head out for some epic afternoon riding after being sidelined by a sandstorm! Enjoy! #eachadventure #ocotillowells #dirtbikes 
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dddribbble · 27 days ago
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Ocotillo Salt Co Wordmark branding design logo salty lime chile spices austin texas salt ocotillo wordmark logo branding brand wordmark
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dddribbble · 27 days ago
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Ocotillo Salt Co Logos branding and identity logo branding concept branding design spices lime chile branding desert illustration desert plants desert salt ocotillo
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ludioimbris · 27 days ago
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It won't be long now...
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atthebeachtoday · a month ago
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There are a lot of trippy things to see in the desert. Ocotillo silhouetted again a blue sky is one of my favorites.
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I broke off a couple of small side shoots and put them in water. Hopefully they'll root.
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atthebeachtoday · a month ago
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thelostcanyon · a month ago
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Ocotillo (Fouquieria splendens) blooming on the Santa Rita Experimental Range, Pima County, Arizona.
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thelostcanyon · a month ago
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Ocotillo (Fouquieria splendens) in the foothills of the Rincon Mountains, Arizona.
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mylefteye · a month ago
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thelostcanyon · a month ago
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Javelina Rocks, Saguaro National Park, Arizona.
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thelostcanyon · a month ago
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Ocotillo (Fouquieria splendens), Corona de Tucson, Pima County, Arizona.
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tweytens · a month ago
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Downtown Ocotillo
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featheredreblogs · a month ago
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Heheh arson squid and fancy octo
@frogurts finally got around to drawing your boy Ocotillo :)
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ghostsandgod · a month ago
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Backlit and Blooming by Guy Schmickle Via Flickr: I was really drawn to this backlit desert scene during my last visit to the Bartlett Lake area. It may be a bit busy, but that's pretty much the nature of the desert.
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kohdiphoto · a month ago
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Ocotillos of the new year, one of the most optimistic and opportunistic plants in the desert. Regardless of season they will seize any chance to leaf out and flower, and just as quick drop everything and go dormant, making them an interesting indicator of temperature and precipitation. Red leaves are a special adaptation to colder temperatures, perhaps helping to warm the sensitive tissue while other plants might freeze. Look beyond their scrappy appearance and defensive thorns and you will find a delightful, characteristic plant of the rocky Sonoran.
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