Every Bloomin' Thing

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Saguaro Song I-Pad Case

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Saguaro Song by CowboyCraic

The arrival of Summer, in Southern Arizona, is heralded by the explosion of Blossoms and fruit on the Giant Saguaros. In late June, the Tohono O’Odham people have a Saguaro Harvest celebration. They use the fruit to make Saguaro wine for the Nawait I’i (Rain Ceremony) that occurs during the monsoon season. These blossoms were a pleasant surprise on the Loma Alta Trail in the Rincon Mountains, as they were on the lowest arm of a Giant Saguaro which allowed me to shoot at a better angle.

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