Fall colors and a choo-choo train in Chama, New Mexico.
Kiwanis Cabin is one of several stone cabins in the Sandias that were built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). The CCC also built — with the use of dynamite in many areas — the La Luz trail. According to the Sandia Ranger District, “[t]he CCC was the greatest-ever conservation effort in American history.” I agree, and am grateful for their considerable efforts in the Sandia foothills and mountains.
And a sunset sky, from the Rio Grande bosque just south of Albuquerque.
Part of the Una Vida petroglyph panel at Chaco Canyon.
In honor of the feast day of Guadalupe, a peeling cardboard Madonna accompanied by Christmas lights.