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Monthly Archives: December 2021
This will most likely be the last sunset shots for the year due to the Winter storm expected to move in tomorrow. While at my newfound sunset vantage spot, I met Christina McGrady who has been taking a photograph from … Continue reading
A wonderful craftsman, friend and fellow craft show artist, Paul Namkung passed away on September 15th, 2021 at 82. I first met Paul in the early 90’s at the New Mexico Arts and Crafts Fair. He made box drums called … Continue reading
We had our first real snow for the season; a much needed White Christmas up in the mountains after it rained here at home all day on Christmas Eve. The Sangres were shrouded in clouds on Christmas Day and then … Continue reading
For those of you who didn’t get one. Happy Holidays!
The flock of marauding piñon jays are back this winter. They fly from feeder to feeder and gobble down or scatter the seed and then; just as quickly as they appear, they’re gone. And we also have had a measurable … Continue reading
Fast moving storm clouds and the first sign of moisture in a while!
I’ve discovered a new spot to photograph sunsets that doesn’t include my neighbor’s aerials or roof coolers. Found it while cloud chasing. Last night’s sunset from my drive and the rest are from today.