Category : New Mexico

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

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

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

Want to find out where the petroglyphs are? Use this easy form to contact me for a workshop or full-blown photo tour. Bring the

Some places just can’t be hiked easily. You can see it from Mesa Verde, and it dominates the New Mexico side of the Four

Advantages to Early Mornings My wife’s early airport departure got me up and gave me an opportunity for some morning wildlife photography. In California

March to Nowhere It was always hot. His head itched in the sun under the heavy morion, the open-faced helmet topping his suit of

Albuquerque sunrise from Mesa Prieta, Petroglyph National Monument I’m a Night Owl But… Too many years of 3- and 4-set nights playing keyboards in

How to Deal With Food’s Side-Effects Got the morning munchies? In Taos, locals and visitors alike beeline for Michael’s Kitchen, where you can enjoy