Where’s the best place to look for wildlife when visiting America’s public lands? Sometimes you have to look where you least expect. Case in point: This pic of bobcat hiding in a cactus at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument in Arizona. Photo by National Park Service.

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this is a video i took @ pub rock, arizona, of frank kicking a girl out of a show.

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Saguaro blossom (Carnegiea gigantea), seen wherever you turn these days, though this specimen was in the Superstition Wilderness Area of Tonto National Forest, in Pinal County, Arizona. 

Once you see it: The stigma emerging at the center of this flower looks to me like a graceful, ghostly hand. Too many fingers, but I see what I see.