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Life Force

The life force is patient here. Desert vegetation, oftentimes appearing to have succumbed to a harsh and unforgiving environment, lies dormant, anxiously awaiting the rainfall and mild weather that will trigger its growth, painting a profusion of colors. At the edges of daylight and under clear night stars is a fascinating multitude of generally unfamiliar wildlife. Waiting out daytime heat, these animals run, hop, crawl, slither, and burrow in the slow rhythm of desert life. Under the bright sun and blue sky, when the night creatures have long since sought shelter, bighorn sheep and golden eagles add an air of unfettered majesty to this land.

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Bighorn Sheep

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