I was going through some more photos from last weekend's drive to the desert.
Here are a few more that I like.
The first two are of a big, burned Joshua tree.
As we drove from the Twentynine Palms side of the national park to the Joshua Tree side, we came across a big swath of land in the park that had burned.
It was closer to the JT side of the park.
I like this tree because it was big and offered a lot of nice contrast.
The third shot is of the center of a yucca bush.
I like the patterns yucca bushes make with their spines and the curly white pulp that spirals out from the spines.
The desert has a nice variety of unusual plant life.
This last shot is just some metal rings in the dirt.
I don't know exactly what the rings are, but I liked the contrast of the organic and non-organic elements.
And again, the pattern caught my eye.