Category: Albuquerque

Sunflower Season

Sunflower Season

A corner post in Albuquerque’s South Valley with sunflowers, morning glories, and a cross. A classic New Mexican summer scene.


Century Plant and Moon

Century Plant and Moon

I have noticed, in past years, that century plants are most likely to bloom during hot, dry springs — and what I’ve seen this year has done nothing to disprove my theory. This one, at my local supermarket, appears to almost reach the moon.


Brooding Storm Clouds

Brooding Storm Clouds

After an incredibly warm and dry winter and spring, we finally got quite a bit of rain in the Albuquerque area yesterday. (It was cool too!) Looking southwest from the Sandia foothills right before the heavens opened up. (No, I did not stay dry.)


Summer Unfolding

Friday Evening in Downtown Albuquerque

It’s beginning to look an awful lot like summer in downtown Albuquerque. (Starting to feel like it too.)


Spring in Albuquerque: Classic

Cottonwood Leaves and Flowers

The cottonwood trees are starting to flower and, true to form, they’re still hanging onto a few of last year’s leaves.


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