More ruin pictures from Farlin, Montana.
If the roofer slipped and fell.. he might find himself with a prickly pear.
LOL @ Pamela :DAnd I want Cactus on my rooftop and sage in my kitchen too.What a lovely place :DCool shots!
Cactus popping up spontaneously! That's really amazing! :D
we went on vacation once and made a detour to see a tree growing on top of a courthouse. i couldn't believe it. it was a pretty good sized tree too. the roots had even grown into the roof. your pictures are wonderful. i especially like that second one. hope all is well.ps. thanks for talking with me on the phone. i truly enjoyed every minute. have a great day.
The rustic feeling is awesome, I particularly like how the sage is framed by the window.
You captured the Montana's rustic landscapes perfectly...I am absolutely in love with that first image!
Nice! I've had a number of things grow in my gutters, but never a cactus. :)
Farlin, Montana looks like quite an adventurous vacation spot ... to live somewhere like that would be a deam come true! Love these photos ... the ruggedness, the atmosphere, the primitive wood and wilderness. Just incredible!
they aren't picky--but they are prickley :) Once when camping on the desert I was teaching my youngest grandaughter about cactus and how she shouldn't touch the spines. "Why?" she asked. Carefully I explained that the cactus defends itself with the spine and each little spine has a barb and something that causes the wound to sting. She assured me she would watch out for the cactus. As soon as I turned my back she tried to pick a cactus up and ended up with several spines in her fingers. She was not a happy camper--but she learned for herself to avoid the cactus.Your pictures remind me of many places here in our own mountains.
What a beautifully wild and rustic area ... great photos!
I suppose that's why they thrive so well in the desert. They just don't care! Give them some air and sunshine, and they smile!
Neat photos!! I bet this is just what it looked like for the frontier people ... with less falling apart houses!
no, they aren't picky, but they are pretty!