What?! Sabras can actually have a trunk and be up off the ground??
They do look lovely and their fruit has medicinal properties but here in Australia they are a copious weed.
An abundance of leaves!
When we lived in Spain, I brought home an entire bag of prickly pears to snack on. (They were selling them real cheap.)
Ahhhh…a very familiar sight! This is a really nice big one.
lovely composition on this shot JM, Superb lighting as usual
Beautiful!! A great capture for the day, JM! Hope you have a wonderful weekend and a very Merry Christmas!!Sylvia
The kind of tree I've never seen myself. Looks quite different!
Really a beauty!
Estupendo ejemplar.JM Te deseo una buena Navidad:))Un abrazo
It looks so old, JM!
Greetings Jose!We have prickly pears here in Ocala but I've never seen one that looked like this! Beautiful photo, too!I'm posting sporadically for a time. But want to wish you and yours a wonderful holiday season!
beautiful one :)
Oh yes, that absolutely is a beautiful specimen. I don't think I've ever seen one like that with a trunk like a tree!
I can't remember ever seeing a tree like this one. Marvelous!
That's a nice one!
I've never seen one so big. We will be visiting Dave and Julie in Arizona in April. Maybe they can show us some good examples.
I really like the way they pruned this. Don't believe I've seen a prickly pear tree before.
This plant is huge and in perfect conditions!
Lovely. We don't have anything like this.
It does look like an old, well cared for specimen. Lovely shot.
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