We’ve had some rain lately, but not enough. The creek that runs through our land is nearly dry now. Thankfully, there are still a few constantly refilling pools here and there, or else I’d have to carry water to the horses.
Even the spring puddles on the way to the back gate are completely dry. That rarely happens.
While the creeks are low it is a great time to look for pigment stones and arrowheads, though. I haven’t looked for arrowheads, but I have been collecting a lot of stones with colors I can’t wait to extract when I get back from a trip to the real desert.
It only feels like a desert here. The real desert awaits in Doha, Qatar. Photos will commence in a few days!
I’ve been trying to learn the new Photoshop and in this one I played with focus and color. Lots of learning still needed.
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