Afternoon clouds in Santa Fe.
Thunderstorm over Jemez Mountains.
Snowstorm at sunset.
Sunset, Galisteo Basin Preserve.
Pyracantha and adobe.
Tres Lagunas Wildfire, closeup, from roadblock on 63.
Tres Lagunas Wildfire, from the roadblock on 63.
Tres Lagunas, From Downtown Pecos, NM.
Madrid mining shacks.
Cerrillos Mining Museum, Cerrillos, NM.
"Out to Pasture."
Nuestra Senora de Luz
Mary, with roses.
NM Museum of Art, b/w.
Stormy Sunset in NM.
Coyote Creek, beaver-dammed pond.
Some gorgeous cloudage. Check the diaphanous clouds around the brightest peak.
Storms forming over the Jemez Mountain range, causing flash flooding in the Las Conchas wildfire scar area.
This thunderstorm isn't going to make it before sunset. Cooler temps, and it all dissipates.
Just prior to sunset, the day's snowstorm blows over the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains.
Pinon tree, dead from the 2003 bark beetle infestation, silhouetted against the moon at sunset in the Galisteo Basin Preserve.
Yucca with hoarfrost, early morning in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Downtown Santa Fe. Making the most of contrasty light.
Tres Lagunas wildfire in Pecos Canyon, New Mexico. 7:20PM, Thursday, May 30, 2013.© 2013 Garret P. Vreeland All Rights Reserved.
Tres Lagunas wildfire in Pecos Canyon, New Mexico. 7:20PM, Thursday, May 30, 2013. Taken from just west of the downtown Pecos four-way stop.© 2013 Garret P. Vreeland All Rights Reserved.
Restored mining shacks, glowing in the late spring sun.
Old mining cars, in front of the Cerrillos Mining Museum on a gorgeous spring day.
Parked SFSR locomotive and cars, in Lamy, NM.
Nuestra Senora de Luz, Canoncito, NM. 1880.
Note that Mary is *catching* the roses as they fade and fall.
Looking up at the fine wood and imposing stucco.
Stormy evening, just prior to sunset. Looking west southwest between the Cerrillos Hills (right) and the Sandia Crest (left).
Autumn leaves accumulate in the Pecos River.
Alas, I missed the leaves. But the white trunks are beautiful, nonetheless.
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