For spring break I am going on an adventure in Arizona on a road trip. I am basically doing whatever comes to our whimsy along the way. Whether it be stopping at some old worn down houses on the side of the road, chasing animals for photos, or seeing some indian ruins. Today we decided to stop by Mojave National Preserve.
Mojave is a majestic landscape filled with rocky outcroppings and valleys filled with blond cacti. To me, Mojave is blue skies the stretch beyond the reach of the mountains held up by the arms of the prickly cactus that dwells below.
At the entrance I was able to discover a strange new unknown species called the Gabriel. I was able to photograph its strange behaviors. There was the normal behavioral patterns,
The lounging stretching pose that harkens to possible ancestry to extremely odd primates…..
There was also a nurturing side that showed some obvious caring,
There was also behavioral patterns of strange joyful behaviors that caused spastic and odd behavior.
Finally is the most interesting ability that the Gabriel has… levitation
During our trip we are following around my dad and my brother as they ride their bikes around where ever we happen to be.
In Mojave we explored the area around the visitor center which was an old train station. With the dilapidated of their old remains, it was a beautifully haunting place.
It was a good day and I look forward to even more adventures soon.