Stereo Photos of the Sonoran Desert
These Photos were taken at Pima Canyon, Catalina Mts., Arizona in Febuary,
1998. Pima Canyon is on the north edge of Tucson and was recently
spared from destruction. The future of Pima Canyon is still uncertain
as developers still own the land. The photos show typical Sonoran
Desert foothills vegetation. With the exception of pimacanyon3.jpg,
the photos were made using the camera slide described in the How To section.
Pimacanyon3.jpg was made by simply taking one photo and walking down the
path about thirty meters and taking a second photo.
To learn more about rare Sonoran
Desert cacti, click
For anaglyphs of Sonoran Desert
cacti, click here.
All images ©1999 Daniel Moore
barrelcactus1: A small barrel cactus with fruit surrounded
by prickly pear cacti, creosote in background.
barrelcactus2: A large barrel cactus with fruit, saguaro in
cholla1: A teddybear cholla, small saguaro in background.
deadoak: A dead oak tree.
pimacanyon1: Sonoran saguaro forest with creosote, brittle
and ocotillo on right.
pimacanyon2: Sonoran saguaro forest with creosote and brittle
pimacanyon3: View of Pima Canyon, Mt. Kimball in center distance,
Mt. Lemmon on far horizon.
pimacanyon4: Sonoran saguaro forest with creosote, ocotillo,
brittle bush, and prickly pears.
pricklypears: Prickly pears with Pima Canyon in background.
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