A few weeks ago, when the light was truly spectacular for all of about 60 seconds. For once, I was in the right place at the right time, with the right camera.
I wish you and yours an especially happy and healthy new year or, at the very least, one that will be much better than 2020 was.
An approaching thunderstorm threatens late summer sunflowers in the Jemez.
A particularly colorful sunset a week ago, seen from Highway 14 near Golden. Cabezon is just to the right of the setting sun.
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.