The Rocks, The Gorge, The Mountains. I popped the camera into the hole in the rocks. I know this location well and loved what I saw this time where the rocks focused my attention on the closest foreground subject framing the canyon of the Rio Grande to the foothills of the Sangre de Cristos beyond. The view through the rocks, across the Rio Grande Gorge to the Sangre de Cristo Mountains beyond. Thanks for looking. G
Bighorn Sheep in the Rio Grande Gorge. Bighorn juveniles testing their mettle on the rocks in the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument. Thanks for looking. G
Granite Fall Color. While the aspens and cottonwoods in the high country and Taos Valley are only hinting at fall, the more intimate locations like this crevice in the granite, on the road to Taos Ski Valley, were showing more signs of color and what’s to come. Thanks for looking. G
A two day storm left snow on the peaks around Taos County. The clouds lifted momentarily, to reveal the light on the rocks of El Salto peak.
Clearing Storm El Salto
Mountain Geological Survey. Yeah right. This a more of a drive by geological observation and cell phone snap. The shape of the rock, the tilted, tipsy looking trees, caused me to pull over and make a quick picture in the Santa Fe National Forest. Cheers. G