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Scattered flowers add some color to the descent toward Globe Mine Road A desert dudleya (perhaps Dudleya saxosa) pokes out from behind a rock on the way down the hillsideThumbnailsToward the bottom of the hill, I approach the first of two unnamed mine sites just off the north fork of Globe Mine RoadA desert dudleya (perhaps Dudleya saxosa) pokes out from behind a rock on the way down the hillsideThumbnailsToward the bottom of the hill, I approach the first of two unnamed mine sites just off the north fork of Globe Mine RoadA desert dudleya (perhaps Dudleya saxosa) pokes out from behind a rock on the way down the hillsideThumbnailsToward the bottom of the hill, I approach the first of two unnamed mine sites just off the north fork of Globe Mine RoadA desert dudleya (perhaps Dudleya saxosa) pokes out from behind a rock on the way down the hillsideThumbnailsToward the bottom of the hill, I approach the first of two unnamed mine sites just off the north fork of Globe Mine RoadA desert dudleya (perhaps Dudleya saxosa) pokes out from behind a rock on the way down the hillsideThumbnailsToward the bottom of the hill, I approach the first of two unnamed mine sites just off the north fork of Globe Mine Road

Areas that look brown from a distance sometimes have many flowers blooming.