I love New Mexico, USA.
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I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else in the sunset years of my life.
Sandia Mountains at dusk, as seen from the east edge of Rio Rancho, New Mexico…taken on December 11, 2016, 5 p.m.
This is why I love New Mexico especially at dusk….colors, colors,colors.
Looking at the Sandia Mountains and Corrales in the distance, from Rio Rancho – – October 9, 2016 – 6:30 p.m. – temperature 62 degrees F. (16 degrees C)
This is my favorite spot, about a couple of blocks from our home. What’s interesting is that clouds change their shape, density and reflection of the sun within few minutes, so you have to take a picture quickly to get the view you want, as shown in the following two photos:
Looking towards Corrales in the distance and the Sandia Mountains…..October 2, 2015….6:30 p.m….taken from the Corrales Heights of Rio Rancho:
Partial rainbow over the Sandia Mountains, New Mexico, U.S.A…..June 14, 2015…..7:45 p.m……looking towards Corrales, from Corrales Heights in Rio Rancho:
Sandia Mountains in the distance…..from Rio Rancho, New Mexico, U.S.A……April 25, 2014…..7:30 p.m.:
Near the village of Corrales, New Mexico, U.S.A…….taken on May 12, 2014…..6 p.m.:
Cows enjoying the beautiful day….Sandia Mountains in the background….from Bernalillo, New Mexico, U.S.A. (population 10,000)….November 3, 2015……3 p.m…temperature 68 degrees F. (20 degrees C)
The Rio Grande river, by Alameda Blvd. in Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A…..November 6, 2015….2 p.m….temperature 50 degrees F. (10 degrees C)
I just love the desert…..distant view of Cabezon Peak, New Mexico, U.S.A…..February 20, 2017, 1 p.m., taken near Santa Ana Pueblo.:
From the east end of Rio Rancho, New Mexico, USA….snow’s already gone on the Sandia Mountains…..December 22, 2013….4:20 p.m….temperature 43 degrees F . (6 degrees C)
The Rio Grande and the Sandia Mountains…..my favorite spot in Albuquerque….taken on August 30, 2015….6 p.m.:
Corrales, New Mexico, USA…purple, pink and light brown, right next to Rio Rancho/Albuquerque…..April 12, 6:20 p.m…..population 10, 000:
Full moon in Rio Rancho…..a beautiful evening….December 16, 2013….5:10 p.m…..temperature 45 degrees F. (7 degrees C)
A full moon, right next to the Sandia Mountains…..from Rio Rancho….December 16, 2013….5 p.m…..temperature 45 degrees F. ( 7 degrees C)
Freezing in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, USA…..December 6, 2013…..28 degrees…5 p.m…..a block away from my house (small red-roofed house, bottom left):
This is me, shapeshifting here in the Land of Enchantment…..October 3, 2015…2 p.m…in Corrales, New Mexico, USA….temperature 71 degrees F. (21 degrees C)
This guy (or girl) doesn’t seem to mind the snow…..from Rio Rancho, New Mexico, U.S.A…Sunday, December 13, ,2015…..8 a.m…..tempebrature 34 degrees F. (1 degree C)
Freezing in Rio Rancho, New Mexico…..looking at the Sandia Mountains and Corrales in the background…..December 15, 2015….5 p.m…..temperature 30 degrees F (-1 degree C)
Autumn in New Mexico, U.S.A. – – Thursday, November 3, 2016….3 p.m…..at the edge of Santa Ana pueblo, near Bernalillo:
BELOW…..Full moon over the Sandia Mountains
While I was driving home north on Unser Blvd. to my former house in Enchanted Hills of Rio Rancho near Hwy 550, I noticed the full moon. Thinking that it was too good to miss the shot, I stopped my car by the roadside, and took out my cheap pocket camera that I had 3 or 4 years ago. This was what I call being at the right time at the right place. This was the best I could, using that camera:
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