A big ole’ owl at the 4th Avenue Street Fair can'y help but stare with such big eyes.
This cute little puppy was getting a free ride around the 4th Avenue Fair in Tucson.
This cute little puppy was keeping warm in its pink winter sweater.
This man and his eagle appear to be staring at one another under a yellow canopy.
They wouldn’t think of wearing the same colors.
Golden sunlight beams through the clouds just before sunset.
The orange sun’s last rays illuminate a city sidewalk.
A breathtaking sunset with a nearly full moon over the Rincon Mountains near Vail, Arizona
Two shafts of rain join the sunset in Tucson.
The pristine beauty of two silhouetted saguaro cacti in the cloudless dusk
The sharp golden edges of the clouds and the orange sun barely visible over the Tucson Mountains highlights this sunset.
The high cloud red sunsets are the best.
I like the way the pink and gray cloud colors go together and I like this sensual saguaro.
High cirrus clouds and a palm tree cluster makes for an enchanting sunset.
The high cloud sunsets are the best.
The edge of a vaulting cumulous storm cloud with the pink and blue sunset sky as background.
I call this one an “arced cloud” sunset.
An electrifying sunset over the Tucson Mountains.
The pre-sunset sunlight streams through dark clouds in a magnificent way.
A cloudless yellow and orange sunset witnessed by two quail perched on bare branches.
A rare double-lit horizon after the sunset.
A vertical streak of light above the horizon marks this amazing sunset.
Upper wind sheer make these sunset clouds look painterly.
The sun setting over the tip of a Tucson Mountain peak the evening of the Fall Equinox.
A very long orange-pink sunset cloud stretches across the Tucson sky.
A magnificent sunset above Castle Rock in Sedona’s Village of Oak Creek.
I was driving home from work and just had to pull off the expressway to capture this prodigious sunset.
Pre-sunset golden sunlight streams through the clouds in a sacred way.
April wild flowers in Tucson Arizona: Mexican Gold Poppies and Fiddleheads
Prickly pear cactus with purple wild flowers.