Category: Big Sky

Jemez Sunflowers

Jemez: San Diego Canyon with Sunflowers

An approaching thunderstorm threatens late summer sunflowers in the Jemez.


Cabezon and Sunset

Cabezon and Sunset

A particularly colorful sunset a week ago, seen from Highway 14 near Golden. Cabezon is just to the right of the setting sun.


Early Monsoon Season

Early Monsoon Season

Seems as if summer’s come earlier to the Sandias than I can remember. Last year, on May 31, I slid down a huge snowdrift not far from this spot; this year the aspens are already leafed out and it looks as if monsoon season’s blowing in close to a month earlier than usual.

If you think you’ve seen this view before, you have — it’s one of my favorites.


Old and Abandoned

An abandoned, decrepit house on the eastern plains of New Mexico

An old house and tree beneath a glowering spring sky.

It looks as if my opportunities to take photos around the state will be a bit limited this year due to COVID-19. I’m using the time to process older photos; I took this one last year on a trip through the eastern plains of New Mexico.


A Truly Delicate Arch

New Mexico's Delicate Arch

A delicate red rock arch in northern New Mexico. It’s much smaller and more delicate than its counterpart in Utah. It’s also very high up; likely impossible to get to without technical rock-climbing skills.


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