I drove south of Buckeye one evening last week, after work, to shoot some sunset photos. Well, the sunset ended up being fairly lackluster, but there's always something of beauty to capture. Everywhere. Always.
Hard to tell in the photo but this poor guy was stone dead and had been for a while. This was the most sunset-y of the photos I took this evening.
Wandering back to my other camera which was attempting to time-lapse the sun setting, almost stepped on this bone. No idea, but I could guess perhaps it was from a Javelina.
This little bush was lit up as the sun was almost set, but the ground surrounding was already in shadow.
The view south, looking towards Buckeye and beyond to the White Tank Mountains.
The rocks out in the desert are so varied and in this case, provide a wonderful contrast.
Hiking back to the road I stumbled across this beautiful patch - this was taken after the sun was quite down and required a 10 second exposure.