The plumes that give Apache Plume its name are silhouetted by the setting sun.
A beautiful sky over the Sandia foothills a few nights ago.
This rock in the Sandia foothills doesn’t have an official name, but it always looks like a turtle’s head to me. I took the photo shortly before sunset.
And a sunset sky, from the Rio Grande bosque just south of Albuquerque.
Really, there’s not tons of color during a central New Mexican winter — except during sunrise and sunset. This sunset shot was taken from the Sandia foothills a few weeks ago.