Another place my family and I visited during our Spring Break was Meteor Crater in Arizona. While we were there, these flowers caught my attention. The area inside and around the crater is barren, dry, and rocky, but these little flowering plants stuck between the rocks. Looking through all the pictures of our trip, I thought this was the most appropriate for Holy Week and Easter.
April 17, 2014
Life Between the Rocks
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