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Wonderlands of natural beauty and adventure await in the mountains and deserts around Tucson - but so do potential dangers.
There is something quite wondrous about breaking a fresh trail - in science, in art and even in a medium as simple, and yet sublime, as new-fallen snow.
Left: Leigh Anne Thrasher and her donkey, Jasmine, take their time on Mint Spring Trail in the Catalina Mountains.
Above: On Mint Spring Trail in the Catalina Mountains.
Along the Mint Spring Trail in the Catalina Mountains.
A bee keeps busy on Mint Spring Trail in the Catalina Mountains.
on Mint Spring Trail in the Catalina Mountains on July 19, 2012. Photo by Doug Kreutz, Arizona Daily Star
Jasmine the pack donkey paused along the Mint Spring Trail to munch sweet summer grass and snatch a brief break in the bargain.
Barbara Santa Maria and her nephew, Raul Benitez, 9, find a puddle on East Michigan Drive just perfect for a little post-storm horseplay. But downpours such as Saturday's are also a real threat to unwary motorists, children and others.
Debris like this tattered mattress in the Rillito River bed could knock down someone trying to escape the current generated by one of our summer thunderstorms.
A monsoon storm can cool down a desert afternoon and create shallow puddles just right for splashing.
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