I have just figured out how to make this work. Now I will get on with figuring out how to get the old photo blog moved to this new style. All the images will have to be redone, so that's some work for sure.
First trip to Phoenix of the year with the sunrise at 36,000 feet.
Photo of the Sandia Mountains taken as the setting sun casts an alpen glow on the summit. Taken just after a new snowfall. Click the link here to see a larger image.
Nature—wild nature—dwells in gardens just as she dwells in the tangled woods, in the deeps of the sea, and on the heights of the mountains; and the wilder the garden, the more you will see of her. Herbert Ravenel Sass (1884-1958) Adventures in Green Places, G. P. Putnam's sons (1935), p. 134. Coopers Hawk, finishing up a meal on the edge of my backyard fountain.
First flowers of spring in Albuquerque, NM.
The wild and uncultivated is no longer needed in a world that only looks out the window at itself. John Hay, The Immortal Wilderness