We’ve been treated to quite a few truly stunning sunsets lately. They at least partially make up for the preponderance of brown in a central New Mexican winter. (Even worse than usual this year because the area’s had virtually no snow whatsoever.)
A just-past-full moon right before it sets over the Rio Grande in Albuquerque (one of this January’s two super moons).
Cranes, geese, ducks and maybe even starlings fly over a pond at the Bernardo Waterfowl Management Area.
The Rio Grande reflects the fall colors of cottonwoods in the bosque.
A classic Jemez scene along Highway 4 during the fall.