A common tree in the Sonoran Desert
Guest - Oct 26, 2004 04:12 PM EDT
thanks for the interesting info, Gary. Love hearing all these items about the photos, as well as seeing the pics themselves : ) Had no idea about the long pods on the mesquite trees, and neat about the herd of wild horses also. I'd love to see all this.
Guest - Oct 26, 2004 11:26 AM EDT
Thanks. These are very tough trees. In the spring, they are a mass of bright yellow blooms and are usually covered with bees. Later, long bean pods hang from the branches. The Indians used to use them for food. There is a herd of wild horses not far from here (out on the desert). They love to eat those beans.
Guest - Oct 25, 2004 03:24 AM EDT
that's a very nice effect, Gary. Has sort of a windswept appearance. Have never seen a mesquite tree.
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