Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 08/03/2010


Photo taken on May 30, 2009



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They are cellphone towers in disguise, they are not actual plantlife.

They are cellphone towers in disguise, they are not actual plantlife.
Naw I'm just kiddin, they are actual plantlife. But unfortunately they are unidentifiable and they haven't got a name.* Fortunately there's nothing like them anyplace else on the internet.

If you yearn to see the "Rio Grande Botanic Garden" but you don't want to pay 7 dollars admission, you can do like I did & walk down Central Avenue & peer thru the garden's perimeter fence.

*—They are "century plants," agaves, in bloom.

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In Albuquerque, New Mexico, on May 30th, 2009, on the west side of Central Avenue, north of Tingley Drive.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
QK73.U6 Botanical gardens—United States—Pictorial works.
QK495.A83 Agaves—Pictorial works.
SB405 Flowers—United States—Pictorial works.
TH9732 Wire fencing—Pictorial works.
TS271 Barbed wire—Pictorial works.
F804.A3 Albuquerque (N.M.)—Pictorial works.

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chain link fences

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