desert scenes, abundant licking, and a heart shaped xenolith
My annual field trip pilgrimage out to the Mojave came with a lot of the old, but with fresh new eyes... A few faithful ones made it up the dunes and we jumped and didgeridoo-ed our way down until nearing exhaustion, as is required there.
Flowering Cactus Growing out of Vesicular Basalt
Bristol Dry Lake: a new terrain adventure for wheeling extensive distances in surprisingly short spans of time... B the Singer was gone in a flash!
J-Spazz and B-Singer are all over this rock salt
The Knee (above) and All American below show them all how it's done
...I didn't even ask (only to take the photo)
And a Heart Shaped Xenolith:
Heart shaped piece of Farallon plate xenolith, composed almost entirely of olivine, likely making it a dunite inclusion. But a HEART-shaped one.