Thursday, August 23, 2007
Exploring Palm Springs: Indian Heritage
Aspects of their culture are evident throughout the city. Above: Statues downtown: "Two Cahilla Women" & "Young Cahuilla Maiden"
Above left: Agua Caliente Cultural Museum downtown on Palm Canyon Drive. and above right: Indian Canyon Golf Club.
A few photos from my afternoon at home:
Beneath the Palm trees in the back yard. Above left: Morning & above right: late afternoon, you almost need to squint from the sun while looking at this photo.
The cool, refreshing waters in my pool. The difference is the time of day and the way the sunlight hit the water. I love the way the water looks. I'm ready to take "the Nestea plunge" (obscure 70's TV commercial reference there). Thanks for stopping by today for this brief post.
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