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Another Snow Day

(Williamsburg NM) While snow in February may not seem like a noteworthy event, when it happens in the desert southwest I think it’s special. Being that it occurred at a lower elevation it was, even more so. Another Snow Day My camp was at about 4,200ft by the Río Grande. In the mountains of the […]

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Hike to Bomb Target

(nr Caballo NM) During World War 2, the southwest was used for training bomber pilots and crew. Concentric circles were plowed into the ground as targets that airmen used to practice dropping dummy bombs filled with flour. From as high as 10,000 ft, they made a noticeable splash. Bomb Target – Aerial View Today, some […]

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Textures in the Landscape

(New Mexico) While exploring the landscape in New Mexico, I’m always taken by the beauty of my surroundings. There are so many wonderful places, and if I look really closely at the scenes, I see something else. The textures within the view are often just as interesting and beautiful. Textures in the Landscape The above […]

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