26 December 2010

Winter In New Mexico

Old Photos of Northern New Mexico 
From the Library of Congress

Llano de San Juan From the Library of Congress

New Mexico winter 2005
Northern New Mexico, 2005

Winter Scene with San Miguels
San Miguel Mountains in the Distance, Photo taken in the Jemez Mountains

Elena Gallegos Winter
Elena Gallegos Open Space at the Foot
of the Sandia Mountains, Albuquerque, New Mexico

First Cavate
Bandelier National Monument, Jemez Mountains, New Mexico

Snow day
Santa Fé, New Mexico, January 2010

Sandhill crane
Sandhill Cranes near the Bosque del Apache

Snow in the Organ Mountains
Organ Mountains near Las Cruces, New Mexico

New Mexico
Near Santa Fé, New Mexico

New Mexico red rock
Outside of Santa Fé

Rio Grande
Río Grande, North of Santa Fé

Rio Grande Gorge
Río Grande Gorge, Just South of Taos

Highway 84 North, close to Santa Fe, NM
Near Cochiti & La Bajada

New Alto Door
Pueblo Alto, Chaco Canyon

Wheeler
Wheeler Peak, Just Over 13,000 Feet, Is the Highest Peak in New Mexico

Cerro Pedernal, New Mexico

Shiprock
Shiprock, Four Corners Region, New Mexico

San Andres with snow
San Andrés in the Distance, Southern New Mexico

Portal Peak Chiricahua Mountains
Portal Peak Chiricahua Mountains, Southwestern New Mexico

Snow Geese at Bosque del Apache
Snow Geese at Bosque del Apache, Just South of Socorro

Snow clouds in (almost) May
Clouds Over Albuquerque

Valley Snow
Jemez Valley

White/Black Range
The Black Range, Southwestern New Mexico

plaza blanca with snow
Plaza Blanca

Truchas Peaks
Truchas Peak, Sierra Sangre de Cristo

Aztec Ruins
Near Aztec New Mexico

Pueblo Bonito Overlook
Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon

Great Kiva
The Great Kiva, Chaco Canyon


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2 comments:

B Alvarius said...

Thanks for using one of my photographs, I'm glad you found the image interesting.

DaveO said...

Beautiful and stunning photos, very impressed! Just one correction to the text: Wheeler Peak is 13,161ft above sea level, OVER 13 grand :-)New Mexico has several other peaks above 13,000ft.