Category : Landscape photography

In last week’s post, you discovered an almost accidental lava field, a 100-year-old railroad trestle, and intensely storm-shrouded skies making great mountain landscapes near

“Hmm… 60-100% chance of rain in Cloudcroft this weekend.” We’d been planning a getaway in the mountains around Cloudcroft, New Mexico that would be

When we moved to Albuquerque in 2013, I thought, “Great, we’re at 5900 feet elevation, so summers shouldn’t be too hot.” My impression didn’t

“Gas station looks kinda crowded.” A couple minutes go by, waiting in line. “Still looks too crowded.” A couple minutes after that, we’re at

With Albuquerque edging towards 100, it was time to go somewhere cooler, at least for a couple days. We thought about Abiquiu Lake in

Everyone disrespects Amarillo. For most, it’s someplace you speed through between New Mexico and Oklahoma. But there are a few reasons to stop and

Devils Tower was the star of a Spielberg movie, and Shiprock is the backdrop for Chee and Leaphorn of the Navajo Tribal Police. But

The outdoors has a lot to offer in New Mexico, from striking million-year-old cinder cones to prehistoric 4-story buildings to snow-capped mountain peaks. So

Plan But Verify When I plan a shoot, I need to know a few things – when and where are sunrise and sunset, and

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