Cholla Sunset

Cholla Sunset by David Gadient, 2014

Catching the sunset at Desert Botanical Garden here in Phoenix. We’re members and proud to support. Whether you’re local or visiting, the Garden is a wonderful place to explore the beauty of the Sonoran Desert.

Photo by my husband David Gadient.

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Filed under Arizona, Landscape, Nature, Phoenix, Photography

23 responses to “Cholla Sunset

  1. Very nice, love the backlit Chollas.

  2. Now there’s something you don’t see every day (at least not up here). Very cool.

  3. Amazing capture! Looks like a gorgeous sunset 🙂 x

  4. This one is pretty special Karen. Great photo, and looks like you might have added some Photoshopping.

    • karengadient

      Thanks. Will let him know you liked it. Oh yes, of course–some Photoshop to bring out our shy Phoenix greens.

  5. What a different shot! Thank you! You have no idea how I am crawling the walls wanting SPRING to get here. It is SO ugly outside right now. (sigh) Sites like yours keep my spirits up!!! (((HUGS))) Amy

    • karengadient

      Thanks! We’ll try to send some warmth your way. Also: love your blog!

      • Oh, Honey, I so thank you for following! I really do my best to inspire and to bring you beauty and LOVE every day. Bless you for now being a part of my WP family! Thank you from the bottom of my heart! (((HUGS))) Amy

        PS Karen, you honestly don’t know how YOU encouraged me this day. I again say thank you!

      • karengadient

        No worries. I just saw the Twitter widget on your blog, so figured you had an account there. 🙂 I’ll probably add a picture of our roses here soon.

    • karengadient

      You’re a darling. *hugs* I wanted to follow you on Twitter (we share rose photos there) but your widget didn’t let me add you. If you’d like to add me there, I’m keyrover!

  6. Looks like the heart of a jungle!! Beautiful image – talented man you have! 🙂

  7. Very good!! I love the play of light within the frame. Gorgeous!

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