desert of baja california

Postal de la década de los 50s: ¡Mira como me siento en Tijuana, Mexico!. En esta epoca Baja California se volvio parte de un nuevo estado (legal) de la República Mexicana y el sector turístico el mayor promotor económico.

Postcard from 50s decade: Look what i fell into in Tijuana, Mexico. At this time Baja California became part of a new state ( legal) of Mexico and the tourism sector promoter Economic mayor.

Fuente: http://theniftyfifties.tumblr.com/post/6360391135/advertising-postcard-retro-vintage-graphic-design-art-il

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Stenocereus eruca is in the family Cactaceae. Commonly known as creeping devil cactus, it is native to the deserts of Baja California. This species exhibits a peculiar growth habit, growing sideways along the sand instead of columnar like other cacti. The creeping devil cactus produces roots on the side touching the ground as the tip of the cactus continues to grow. Over time, this cactus produces the effect of walking along the desert sand.