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Photography Now & Then #19

Today’s photo: Power lines – 500Kv ANO to Pleasant Hill transmission line, January 19, 2018 (Apple iPhone 6s)

Today’s photo1: Power lines – 500Kv ANO to Pleasant Hill transmission line, January 19, 2018 (Apple iPhone 6s)

Another cold winter morning, about 28°F, 9 A.M. on the way to the gym.

Photo Favorite: Narrow Leaf Yucca, Canyonlands National Park, September 23, 2007 (Pentax K10D)

Photo Favorite2: Narrow Leaf Yucca,  Canyonlands National Park, September 23, 2007 (Pentax K10D)

Narrow Leaf Yucca3

Yucca angustissima, the narrowleaf yucca, is a plant in the family Agavaceae, known as the “narrow-leaved yucca.” It is native to Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah, but grown elsewhere as an ornamental.

Yucca angustissima is a low-lying species forming colonies of basal rosettes up to 3 m (10 feet) in diameter. Leaves are long and thin, up to 150 cm long but rarely more than 2 cm across. Flowers are white to cream or greenish-white, pendant, borne in racemes on stalks up to 2 m (7 feet) tall. Fruit is a dry capsule with black seeds.


  1. Today’s Photo is a photo that is almost always taken the day of the blog post.  In some instances, posts may be backdated if internet access is not available on the day of the photo or other reasons prevent posting Now and Then.
  2. Photo Favorite is a randomly selected older photograph from a batch of photos specifically “curated” for Now and Then.
  3. Yucca angustissima – Wikipedia

Note: Reference links were accessed on the date the blog post was published, unless otherwise stated.

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