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Category Archives: Santa Fe
Lenticular clouds over the Sangre de Cristos Mt.s and altocumulus clouds (with raven) at sunset. At first glance, lenticular clouds appear stationary and relatively motionless… but the time lapse below shows they are a product of howling high altitude winds … Continue reading
Collection of cloud shots taken on the iPhone in January.
In Winter, we usually get a temperture inversion over the Rio Grande Valley. Cold upper level air traps warm air trying to rise up. So the smoke from all the fires folks are using to keep warm, will settle low … Continue reading
Storm is moving in and the clouds are moving fast.
A nice pre-Inaugural sunset and time-lapse of interesting standing cumulus clouds over the Sangres.
Along with the waxing crescent moon.
May these be the first rays of sunshine after a long, four year storm.
Nice sunset brings nature’s Christmas lights to the Sangre de Cristos. And an almost quarter moon up in the pink clouds.