The Rio Grande reflects the fall colors of cottonwoods in the bosque.
Sunlight bursting through aspens, along Forest Road 376 in the Jemez.
A classic Jemez scene along Highway 4 during the fall.
The Marigold Parade was today. It’s basically a large, quirky, and very exuberant party that moves through Albuquerque’s South Valley each year, celebrating Día de los Muertos. I was able to capture one drummer in the reflective sunglasses of another as they played.
There’s a really amazing Halloween/Dia de los Muertos display in the Jemez this year, on Highway 485 (to the Gilman Tunnels). The entrance features a very large skull:
There are real, honest-to-god gravestones:
Many of the displays move:
And there’s much, much more.