It was a remarkably wet and fertile late summer — especially considering how dry it was at the start. Here globemallow and a field of yellow wildflowers frame Mt. Taylor on the first day of fall.
The neon on the midway got going just as the sun went down.
A corner post in Albuquerque’s South Valley with sunflowers, morning glories, and a cross. A classic New Mexican summer scene.
A summer thunderstorm threatens the east side of the Sandia mountains.
A small strip of sunlight reveals Mt. Taylor beneath brooding virga clouds.