Photograph of a barrel cactus in bloom, [s.d.]. Four spherical cacti stand at center with long, thick needles across their surfaces. Large, lightly-colored flowers emerge from the centers of the plants and decorate the dark exterior. A skeletal tree grows to the left of the cacti from the rocky desert terrain which surrounds them. Short, darkly-colored bushes speckle the background.; Photoprint reads "The famous barrel cactus in bloom. Each barrel is about 2 feet high and holds better than a quart of brackish water in its hollow center -- well protected by its spines of 3 to 5 inches long. Spines are pink while the 'cottony bloom' is pure white". Photoprint also reads: "Philip C. Jones. Troma, California. 7510 Claybeck Avenue, Burbank".