Photo of the Day
Photo of the Day, November 16, 2015
Just a couple of weeks ago I said that too soon, snow would come and it has. An inch or two at our elevation usually means much more on top of the mountain.
Photo of the Day, October 24, 2015
A late night flight allowed for a full day in Rocky Mountain National Park and a long hike past waterfalls and to multiple alpine lakes.
Photo of the Day, October 11, 2015
The end of fall comes to the high country. Did the summit walk today in perfect weather at 10,000 ft plus (3,000 meters +) in shorts and a t-shirt. Too soon there will be snow.
Photo of the Day, Sunday, September 28, 2015
We’ve been back from Europe only a week and it’s time for a “local” vacation day. Sunday afternoon spent in the McCauley warm springs. The local “vacation” is in the New Mexico mountains near Los Alamos. Divine soak for over an hour with the springs almost all to ourselves the entire time.
Photo of the Day, September 27, 2015
The “Blood Moon” from the Harvest Moon total eclipse of September 2015.
Photo of the Day, September 26, 2015
Prequel to tomorrow’s big lunar event. I took this at 5 a.m. as the moon set over Albuquerque. We won’t be able to see the entire event here, as it starts in daylight but I hope to have some good shots of the total eclipse.
Photo of the Day, September 11, 2015
In Chamonix one can board a cable car to the Aiguille du Midi, below the summit of Mt. Blanc (the highest mountain in Europe).
Buried deep in the mountain is a passageway to another cable car system, which can take you across the back of the alps to high in the mountains above Italy. From there you can purchase a ticket for more cable cars down to the Italian town of Courmayeur.
The year after we crossed the alps, many people became stranded because of high winds and had to spend the night suspended over the glaciers.
A bus allows for a pleasant ride back through a long tunnel connecting Italy and France.
Photo of the Day, September 10, 2015
Arrived in Chamonix, France today, late in the afternoon or early evening. Walked through taking pictures of all the flowers.
Photo and Quote of the Day, September 4, 2015
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 Revenel Sass)
Coopers Hawk, finishing up a meal on the edge of my backyard fountain.
Photo of the Day, June 19, 2015
Rare combination of lightning and the setting moon over Albuquerque. The monsoons start early.
Photo of the Day, June 10, 2015
Road trip from Madrid to the Pecos to Santa Fe in early June. Mule deer were in the Pecos.
Photo of the Day, March 31, 2015
The ultimate work-from-home project, writing a book. Granted it’s a technical book, but it is a lot of work, however you look at it.
Photo of the Day, March 22, 2015
Spring blooms across Albuquerque.
Photo of the Day, February 10, 2015
Early in the year for a rainbow – especially one that spans a lot of the sky.
Photo of the Day, February 7, 2015
My baby boy gets married.
Photo of the Day, January 31, 2015
Great month for hiking on the top of the Sandias especially when I realized that I could catch the full moon rising. Took my photographs and kept moving closer to the mountain so I could shoot the moon rising in shot after shot.
Photo of the Day and Quote for the Day, January 23, 2015
The wild and uncultivated is no longer needed in a world that only looks out the window at itself. John Hay, The Immortal Wilderness
Photos of the Day, January 10, 2015
Fresh frost means the third trip to the top of the Sandias, 2015.