Desert Means Dry, Not Hot.

January moves across the landscapes of the desert.  The month’s diurnal agenda, filled with sharp shivery bits of time, is cause for hesitation. With the winter like weather comes hurried shuffles from home to car, car to work, work to car and car to home. Nevertheless, the call to step out into its brumal embrace falls through the windshield. And as the day’s end moves closer, my foot grows weighted against the pedal.

A January sunset overlooking the Calico Basin area outside of Las Vegas, NV. Turtlehead Summit lies left center.

A January sunset overlooking the Calico Basin area outside of Las Vegas, NV. Turtlehead Summit lies left center.

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2 comments on “Desert Means Dry, Not Hot.

  1. I live in the desert and it is dry, but has wide swings in temperatures. I have lived here for 8 years and still not use to the weather here. Beautiful Capture – Happy Monday!

  2. J Haeske says:

    Hello there! I just nominated your fine blog for the Liebster Award, for more info please check: http://wp.me/p1GcOs-l0

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