It is not easy to select my favorite photos. All were taken by my husband ROBERT R. DAVENPORT during our 15 years journeys (after 1995) in our RVs. We spent the winters volunteering at various wildlife areas in Arizona and Eastern California. Our summers were spent in Central Idaho He had various cameras and use is favorite one. We travel with our furbabies, our German Shorthair Pointers and later with Kato our Bengal Cat. Plants and animals are taken in their native environment.
We found this scene of Penstemon species growing in the Washington State desert.
My favorite photo. Claret Hedgehog cactus. I selected it to enlarge and the photo is hanging in my room. Yellow flower is Bitterbrush (Perhsia glandulosus)
Tulips near Tacoma, Washington
Bear grass Western, Washington Cascades
An Agave species Arizona desert.
Arizona desert the sticks growing from the brush belong to a native plant. Not often found any more.
Wilson Phalarope Camas Prairie, Idaho
Snow geese near the Salton Sea, California
Trumpeter Swans Camas Prairie, Idaho
Challenging a turkey both were ready to fight.Cental California
Idaho power second power plant. The falls are an overflow Thousand Springs, Idaho
Leaving Yellowstone Park and entering Wyoming.
Overlooking the Snake River, Idaho
Niland landing, Salton Sea