Out and About

“Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of the earth.”

― Henry David Thoreau, Walden

Enjoy a quick walk through the Sonoran Desert with me. Much to my delight, the mornings have been crisp and cool, and the rains continue to fall, bringing needed water and life to the American Southwest.

Click here to view full photos. (website)

I first featured the band, Desert Dwellers, on my post, “The Desert INvites a Journey WithIN

Enjoy the last few days of 2021. I hope they bring you peace, health, laughter, rest, and a Happy New Year’s celebration! 🥳 Thank you for visiting, viewing, and listening. Be well. 💗 Michele

Photos: my images, various locations (outskirts of Phoenix)

© 2021 Michele Lee Sefton

80 thoughts on “Out and About

  1. Hey girlfriend, what an artistic gallery of cacti. 🌵 You make a walk through the desert such a delight and adventurous. Of course the addition of the music by the Desert Dwellers add a touch of spiciness to the entire mix. Love this. 💖🥰💝 I can see you dancing through the desert now! 💃🏽🎶💃🏼 Cheers to ya my sweet friend. 🥂

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    1. What a lovely description of my photos. Thank you so much, Kym! I am pleased you enjoyed my desert walk and music. 🌦️🌵💃🏻💃🏽 Never miss an opportunity to dance, right? Sending you hugs and love. 🤗💖

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      1. You certainly know how to make my day my dancing queen. Yep, we don’t miss an opportunity to dance, music or no music. But seriously, I am so in awe of how you can find the magic in the desert! 🌵 Now that is a spiritual gift my friend. Sending you big hugs and sloppy cheek kisses! 🤗💋😘

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      2. NEVER are YOU an oxy or a moron with your tongue and cheek humor! 🤣😆😂 In this case you have captured the beauty and essence of a place where people look for death. You my dear can see beyond, 👁‍🗨 and thus you find life! Here’s to great things Michele my Belle! 🤗🤩😘

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    1. Thank you, Jeff. The city keeps expanding, but there are still wide-open spaces to be found. Thank goodness! 💚 I appreciate your well wishes. Very nice! 🙏🏻May your new year bring you all of the same and many more poems from your poem tree! 🌳🥳🍾🥂🎆🎇

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    1. Walking through the desert is very different than walking through the woods. I feel nurtured and more connected when I walk through the woods – trees have a powerful energy that elevates. The desert teaches me to be very observant and to find beauty in life’s prickly, among other things. A different point of view – you are absolutely right. If you desire, I hope you are able to walk through the desert someday… until then, I am happy to share. Thank you for sharing your thoughts. ✨

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    1. It is an absolute delight right now after a week of rains, with more on the way. Thank you for visiting. Happy New Year’s to you and yours! My first response to you vanished, then reappeared, so it appears you have two replies from me. 😄

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    1. So true! The region is full of unique looking cacti. Sometimes quite funny in their design. 🌵 Thank you for stopping by, Tony. I hope you have a wonderful New Year’s Eve and a year of abundance in all areas of your life! 🥳

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    1. It has been so nice, yes! Thank you, Dwight. Those are my two favorite photos. 😊 I also love the look of the sky in a few others. The rain has been an absolute delight. It is looking like it’s going to be a rainy New Year’s Eve night. Enjoy yours!

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    1. Is that a flood of memories? haha Bad joke, I know. Thanks for mentioning that – I love taking reflection photos, especially at night, with lights on the water. ✨ This time of year, in the SW, is pleasant – nice to be out enjoying nature.

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