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Cactus can seem like alien plants with those thick, fleshy stems studded with nasty spines which are modified leaves. The general structure of cacti is a collection of adaptations that conserve water for survival in brutal, arid landscapes.

But, oh, the flowers! Often delicate and short-lived, the blossoms seem at odds with the chunky stems armed to the hilt with daggers.
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Watercolor paintings in a colorful, realistic style. Use the Portfolio button to view artwork from several collections including florals, still life and landscapes.

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 Yellow Prickly Pear cactus flowers by watercolor artist by Lisa Hill
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Desert Sun

Western Bluebird

Painted Bunting watercolor by artist Lisa Hill
White Cereus cactus flowers by watercolor artist Lisa Hill
Orange Prickly Pear cactus flowers by watercolor artist Lisa Hill
American White Pelicans by watercolor artist Lisa Hill
Watercolor painting of yellow prickly pear cactus by Lisa Hill
Western Bluebird watercolor painting by Lisa Hill
Belted Kingfisher female watercolor painting by Lisa Hill
from a photo by Larry Umthun
from a photo by Larry Umthun
From a photo by Larry Umthun
Belted Kingfisher

We don't often see pelicans perched on terra firma, but this company of six was found preening and dozing on a log after fishing tirelessly in the spillway of the Horn Rapids Dam on the Yakima River.
Sept, Oct, Nov 2016
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