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Just got a new polarizing filter for the camera and it does make my cloud and sunset shots more vivid. Things are drying out now so less evening color until the monsoon returns.
Took advantage of a break in the wet weather to visit the Rio en Medio up near the Santa Fe Ski Basin. Very green and lots of water in the stream.
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.
Finally! Almost 3 inches so far and more forecast.
Our piñon trees are lousy with pine cones and new shoots. Glad to see these old trees are hanging on despite the drought.
A few sunsets from last week. More enjoyable now that the smoke from the Cerro Pelado fire in the Jemez Mt.s is dissipating. Fingers crossed for rain tomorrow.
I realized I hadn’t got around to posting the smoke and sunset shots from the night of the eclipse. Lots of smoke columns that day and a very smoky evening.
In a nice break from the smoke and wildfires, the view of the Jemez Mt.s was clear and there were enough clouds to have a pleasant sunset.
Another smoky sunset (and time lapse) from the Cerro Pelado fire. Anyone interested in helping out the folks affected by the Hermit Peak fire, check out https://www.nmhu.edu/hermit/ .