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Monthly Archives: June 2022
Lots of moisture brings beautiful clouds. Low morning clouds after a long night’s rain look like smoke from a fire while the timelapse shows how quick the building storm clouds can evaporate.
Days of red flag weather produced an explosion in the West side of the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak fire. Due to inaccessibility for crews and lots of fuel, the fire is moving quickly into our beloved Pecos Wilderness. Thankfully a monsoon … Continue reading
Finally! Almost 3 inches so far and more forecast.
Here’s to all the Dad’s who gave their kids military buzzcuts!
Found these two going at it right out in the open. They are New Mexico Whiptail lizards and they’re the official State of New Mexico reptile. They’re parthenogenic; that is… there are only females and they don’t require males to … Continue reading
Our piñon trees are lousy with pine cones and new shoots. Glad to see these old trees are hanging on despite the drought.
A shot of a rare Kelvin-Helmholtz cloud, a waxing Moon sunset, two timelapse sunsets, a timelapse of virga and today’s moisture timelapse (before the impending drying trend). And all because I didn’t feel like making separate posts. Enjoy!