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November ends with a blast of much needed moisture. Snowed about 4 inches; enough to cover up our surviving pumpkin! More is on the way.
High wispy cirrus clouds and the puffy popcorn cumulus clouds building up over the Sangres. For your Thanksgiving entertainment!
And a nice time lapse of the clouds passing underneath.
Evening before the storm sunset with the longhorn herd passin’ by and our first snowfall of the year the next morning! The pumpkins are looking a bit tired and cold!
What looked like a calm fog on the Sangres, turned out to be a sign of atmospheric instability. In this case, a big cold front is moving through, giving us our first hard freeze of the year.
Yet another trip up the Ski Basin to see the Fall colors.
16 years of essentially the same shot on the Aspen Vista Trail in the Santa Fe National Forest above Santa Fe, New Mexico (except for 2005, when we discovered the side trail that led up to the view of the … Continue reading
Some juicy cumulonimbus rolled in to bring us a nice rain.