Snow falls in New Mexico just like any place on Earth, but the way it lands is a different story. When added to our already unique combination of landscape and architecture, it is truly a sight to behold. Look below to see the most popular pics that have been shared over the last couple weeks on NM Pics. All photos can be clicked to enlarge.
I love the way the radio tower lights kept changing the scenery around us from white to red every few seconds. Taken two miles high in elevation on top of the Sandia Mountains, New Mexico. Photo by Knate Myers
Photo by Moments in the Making Off Baylor Canyon Rd - Las Cruces, NM (after the first snowfall 2015)
Photo by Geraint Smith A week of sundogs and solar halos continue aroundd my neck of the woods. Arroyo Hondo.
Taken on top of the Sandia Mountains at 10k feet where frigid temps, blowing snow & freezing fog frosted every surface, every pine needle. What a fun night to be out shooting! It's too bad my camera took a bad spill at the end of night, reminded of the fact that it's not an adventure without an element of danger. Photo by Knate Myers
A frozen tree bent over from the weight of snow overlooking Albuquerque, NM. Taken from 10k feet on top of the Sandia Mountains last winter. Photo by Knate Myers
Photo by Colleen Gino In Polvadera we got two inches of fresh snow overnight, and I caught a glimpse of the elusive giant snow spider to boot :)
Boulder In The Snow Organ Mountains El Nino sent us a nice present on the day after Christmas. I had to get out and take photos of our Organ Mountains here in Southern New Mexico. Wayne Suggs Photography