There’s exquisite beauty in agaves that are giving way to their off-spring
There’s something fascinating about how cactus age. For this agave, its ability to sustain upright leaves is fading. The cat’s claw imprints that outer leaves emboss on inner leaves have started to fade. The base of the leaves start to crumple but glow with rich colors of pinks and gold. young plants “pup” from the parent and pop up several feet away.
Before Christmas I submitted my water Trilogy to the on-line BROTO Art-Climate-Science conference. This was a wonderful opportunity to write a narrative that ties all three pieces together. Please click here to find out what I said.