Cactus & succulents rule!

Out & About

Late last month I went to a Woody gathering at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas. I got there well before they opened, so I walked around nearby neighborhoods looking for good subject for Photographic Art. One of the houses that I found looked like this:

Encinitas home

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As you can see, it has nothing but cactus and succulents in its landscaping. Long-time readers know that I’m a big cactus and succulent fan. I spent a couple of hours taking pictures of his garden. Here are some of my favorites, made into Photographic Art:

Cactus & succulents rule!

Cactus & succulents rule!

Cactus & succulents rule!

Cactus & succulents rule!

Cactus & succulents rule!

Cactus & succulents rule!

Cactus & succulents rule!

Cactus & succulents rule!

Cactus & succulents rule!

Cactus & succulents rule!

Cactus & succulents rule!

Cactus & succulents rule!

Pictures copyright 2012 Russel Ray Photos

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13 thoughts on “Cactus & succulents rule!

  1. Hollis Hildebrand-Mills

    NIce photos! We have HUGE cactuses on our back deck that need football players who move them in each winter. And move them out in the fall. Last winter our barrel cactus died. I was envious of your photo of that one. It made me miss Sophie more (Yes, I name them) Sophie came from Palm Springs. A great cactus nursery there, near Joshua State Park. You probably know it.

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      I probably know it and probably have been there, but there are so many great cactus nurseries here in Southern California. About 40 miles from me, in Encinitas and Vista, there are so many great cactus nurseries that I’ve learned to save money and time by taking alternate routes around those nurseries……LOL

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