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Lichen. Mojave National Preserve, California. April, 2014. Near Butcher Knife Canyon and Pinto Valley. ericrosenwaldphotography.com
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Unknown Lizard. Mojave National Preserve, April 2014.
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Mojave National Preserve, near Butcher Knife Canyon & Pinto Basin. April, 2014. Mojave Mound Cactus in foreground, New York Mountains in the background. ericrosenwaldphotography.com
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Mojave Mound Cactus flower (Echinocereus triglochidiatus). Mojave National Preserve, April 2014. 
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Desert Indian Paintbrush (Castilleja Augustifolia). Mojave National Preserve, April 2014. ericrosenwaldphotography.com
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arizonanature:

Should we do another book contest? Sure, why not.
Published by Arizona Highways Magazine, Arizona Ghost Towns and Mining Camps: A Travel Guide to History is an excellent resource for desert explorers. 
Ghost town authority Philip Varney brings the Old West to life with intriguing anecdotes and a gallery of rare old-time photographs. Regional maps, detailed travel information, and a full-color photographic portfolio describe each site and make this fascinating history of Arizona a reliable travel guide as well. 
To win, simply follow Arizona Nature and reblog this post! Winner will be announced on April 1st!
(PS - this book is out of my personal collection and I almost didn’t want to post it…it’s super interesting!)
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Caterpillar. Ibex Dunes, Death Valley National Park. March, 2013. ericrosenwaldphotography.com
I need to figure out what species this is — there were tons of these all over the place.
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Desert Five-Spot Wildflower. Ibex Dunes, Death Valley National Park. March, 2014. ericrosenwaldphotography.com
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Ibex Dunes, Death Valley National Park. March, 2014. ericrosenwaldphotography.com