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Best of the Week(s) Feb 1-14

Adobe Taos cottage Photo by James Steidl

Adobe Taos cottage
Photo by James Steidl

Berg Park Farmington, NM Photo By Dean Howard

Berg Park
Farmington, NM
Photo By Dean Howard

Polvadera, New Mexico Photo by Colleen Gino See more of her unique and beautiful New Mexico photos here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/inlightful/with/24094043733/

Polvadera, New Mexico
Photo by Colleen Gino
See more of her unique and beautiful New Mexico photos here.

Valley Of The Fires near Carrizozo, NM Photo by Wayne Suggs Photography www.waynesuggsphotography.com

Valley Of The Fires near Carrizozo, NM
Photo by Wayne Suggs Photography
www.waynesuggsphotography.com

White Sands Photo by Elena Giorgi See and purchase more of her wonderful NM pics here: https://elenaedi.smugmug.com/Landscapes/New-Mexico/

White Sands
Photo by Elena Giorgi
See and purchase more of her wonderful NM pics here.

Santa Fe, New Mexico Photo by Marie Turney Morrison

Santa Fe, New Mexico
Photo by Marie Turney Morrison

Here's a photo of rescued mustangs on a private ranch northeast of Las Vegas, NM. Photo by Kat Livengood Photography

Here’s a photo of rescued mustangs on a private ranch northeast of Las Vegas, NM.
Photo by Kat Livengood Photography.

Another unique look at Santuario de Chimayo Photo by Marcella Coriz

Another unique look at Santuario de Chimayo
Photo by Marcella Coriz

A view of the Tularosa Basin. White Sands in the distance. Photo by JRM Photography, Alamogordo NM

A view of the Tularosa Basin. White Sands in the distance.
Photo by JRM Photography, Alamogordo NM

Lordsburg, NM Photo by Jenny K Thomas See more here: https://www.instagram.com/jenny_k_thomas/

Lordsburg, NM
Photo by Jenny K Thomas
See more here.

Las Cruces NM After the rain Photo by Pam Najera

Las Cruces NM
After the rain
Photo by Pam Najera

Old San Miguel Mission in Socorro Photo by Colleen Gino See more of her unique and beautiful New Mexico photos here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/inlightful/with/24094043733/

Old San Miguel Mission in Socorro
Photo by Colleen Gino
See more of her unique and beautiful New Mexico photos here.

Taken in Carrizozo, NM. The sunset peeking through the trees lights up the gate to this home. Photo by Corey Walker

Taken in Carrizozo, NM.
The sunset peeking through the trees lights up the gate to this home.
Photo by Corey Walker

Best of the Week: Jan. 23-30

Find the most liked photos this week below. All of these photos got between 1000-5000 likes. Thanks for all the great photographers who are capturing the enchantment around the state!

Photos can be tapped to enlarge. Or best seen on “reader view” on the phone.

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Supercell captured during sunset above the city of Lordsburg, NM.
Photo by Jenny K Thomas
https://www.instagram.com/jenny_k_thomas/
http://www.changingperspectivesbyjennythomas.com/

 

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Sunrise at White Sands: Photo by Henryk Sadura

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Sunset at Shiprock: Photographer unknown…we’d love to know!

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Outside of Estancia: Photo by Julie Carter

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NM Sunset: Photo by Josie Nunn

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The Rio Grande Gorge, Taos NM: Photo by Chris Dahl-bredine

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The Rio Grande Gorge, Taos NM: Photo by Angie Haddrill

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Tent Rocks: Photo by Dean Fikar

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Hiking in Tent Rocks: Photo by Mike Fisher.

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Route 66 in Albuquerque, NM: Photo by Andrew Bayda

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Santa Fe, NM: Photo by Dean Fikar

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This is from November 28th 2015 ~ Rime Ice in the Jemez Mountains with the Valles Caldera in the background.
Photo by Andrew Gordon Photography.

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Outside of Santa Fe, N: Photo by Dean Fikar.

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Santuario de Chimayo: Photo by Liz Coughlan.

 

Best of the Week: Jan 16-23

Here are some top notch photos representing New Mexico this week. Thanks to everyone who submitted these wonderful photos! Below are the 12 most liked posts this week. Each of these posts got between 1000-5000 likes this week.

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Abiquiu, New Mexico
Photo by Hunter Ten Brock. See more of his photos here.

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Photo and commentary by patagoniatothenorthpole on Instagram.

Camping out underneath the Milky Way amongst the white gypsum sand dunes. Did you know gypsum stays cool to the touch even in the scorching sun? Every time I go here, it’s magical. This land of enchantment may be the southwest’s greatest secret. See more of his stunning pics here.

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Abiquiu, New Mexico. Photo by Patti Temer at Sol y Luz Photography
And see her pics from NM and around the world here.

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Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu
Photo by Patti Temer at Sol y Luz Photography
And see her pics from NM and around the world here.

Photo by Craig Simpson…taken in Santa Fe Plaza.

Mescalero, NM. This was taken a few years ago by Corey Walker just a couple days before a young Mescalero Apache girl’s coming of age ceremony in Mescalero, NM.

Deciding to debut a daughter through a ceremony is a major commitment for a family. Preparation often begins as much as 3-5 years in advance with the gathering of sacred items such as roasted mescal heart and pollen from water plants.

Dancers must be arranged and a medicine man or medicine woman selected to participate. Finding a ceremonial dress, either from a relative who previously went through the ceremony, or made for the occasion, is important, as it is as symbolic part of the rite.

Photo by Kris Luna
Love is the master key that opens the door to happiness…
El Rancho de las Golondrinas.

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 “Blue Door” in Santa Fe, NM
Photo by Elena Giorgi
See and purchase more of her wonderful NM pics here.

This shot was a couple days after christmas hiking in the Organs
Photo by Jay Hill.

The Road to Taos, Instant Photograph by Steven Salemi.

Anderson Overlook, New Mexico
Photo by Elena Giorgi
See and purchase more of her wonderful NM pics here.

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In case you missed our feature on Geriant Smith’s photos of northern New Mexico, you can see it here.

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New Mexico by Night

With New Mexico’s pleasant night temperatures and big open skies, why not be out and about capturing the magic? Below you’ll find some of the most creative and stunning captures of New Mexico at night. Thanks to all the wonderful and talented photographers who let us use these photos to show off the darker side of the Land of Enchantment.

Tipi At The Sawtooth Mountains Under The Milky Way by Wayne Suggs.

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“Moonrise Black Mesa” Photo by Steven Bundy Photography

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Taos, NM by RavenMountain.com

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From the ghost town of Guadalupe. We lit the inside with a red LED headlamp.Brian Spencer Photography

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Photo and commentary by patagoniatothenorthpole on Instagram.

Camping out underneath the Milky Way amongst the white gypsum sand dunes. Did you know gypsum stays cool to the touch even in the scorching sun? Every time I go here, it’s magical. This land of enchantment may be the southwest’s greatest secret. See more of his stunning pics here.

Photo by Geraint Smith Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, Taos mountains and the milky way.

“Somewhere on Planet Earth”
#TBT to a trip out to the surreal Bisti Badlands in New Mexico. Various flashlights and colored lamps were used to “paint” the foreground and rock formations. Can’t wait to get back out there once the weather clears up! Photo by Knate Myers.

Single 20 second exposure – ISO 4000 – f/2.8
Nikon D600 + Rokinon 14mm

Photo by Steven Bundy Photography

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Radio Dial. Geminid Meteor, Very Large Array, Socorro County, New Mexico. Photo by Colleen Gino.

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Albuquerque, NM. Photo by Corey  Walker.

Blood Moon Above the Organ Mountains. Photo by Wayne Suggs.

Santa Fe, NM. Photo by Dham Khalsa.

Photo by Brian Spencer.

Photo by ONYXONE’s Vision
© Jose R. Sandoval (ONYXONE)
No Meteors, No Lightning, But Caught The Milky Way Peeking Out From The Clouds.

The blood moon over the Organ Mountains
Photo by Jeremy Ninjew Perlman

“Moonglow”, Los Alamos, NM
Phillip Noll/RavenMountain.com
Raven Mountain Images

Camping under the Milky Way in the Jemez Mountains, NM. Photo by Knate Myers.

Photo by Brian Spencer Photography.

Photo by Donald Shainin Santa Fe Plaza last night after the snowfall.

Photo by Donald Shainin
Santa Fe Plaza last night after the snowfall.

Corralitos Ranch with Milky Way and Two Mountains. Photo by Wayne Suggs.

Photo by John Bozzell
Happy B’ Day Ernie Blake! Fireworks Celebration last night / Taos Ski Valley / Soat Photography

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Lightning strikes the Sandia Mountains. Albuquerque, NM. Photo by Corey Walker.

Photo by Geraint Smith April 4, Lunar Eclipse, Ranchos de Taos, NM

Photo by Steven Bundy Photography.

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Photo by Brian Spencer Photography.

Perseid meteor shower in the mountains of New Mexico with the family. Photo by Wayne Suggs.

“Blue Christmas”, Santa Fe, NM ©Phillip Noll | Raven Mountain Images Phillip & Monica Noll Fine Art Prints | Calendars | Stock

White Sands, NM. Photo by Corey Walker.

Navajo storyteller under stars. Photo by Wayne Suggs.

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 Photo by ONYXONE’s Vision
© Jose R. Sandoval (ONYXONE)

“Sandia Storm Blue Hour”
Rain and storms clouds begin to clear after the sun had set over Albuquerque, NM. Taken up on Sandia Peak during blue hour last Friday night. This is also a single frame that will probably be in my next time-lapse project. Photo Knate Myers.

Tech specs: Nikon D600 + Rokinon 14mm
2 seconds – f/3.5 – ISO 2000

Photo by Doreen Lawrence
The most beautiful and insightful place to visit during Christmas. The Santuario, Chimayo, NM.

Photo by Kyle Hartsock
The Hartsocks’ Photography
Moon from the family patio

Photo by Joy Johnson “Chupacabra outside my tent!”

Floating lanterns by Dham Khalsa.

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Taken somewhere out in the Ojito Wilderness area. Thanks Brian, Alan & Mike for finding this killer location and for a freezing good time! Photo Knate Myers.

Photo by B Spencer Photography
Photographing NM Skies at the Ghost Ranch

Take by Aaron Bosoms Diaz during the UNM 125th anniversary.

“Old Box Car”
Little lonely storm South of Portales, NM
Photo by
Bleedin Iris Photography
By N. Phelps (myself)

Photo by Steven Bundy Photography. About 40 miles north of Taos, right on the Colorado border is the sleepy little village of Costilla. The main commercial enterprise in town is a Alta gas & convenience store that is a great bathroom stop for those heading up into Colorado. Time has not changed Costilla much over the years. Right after one of our bathroom stops on a drive back towards Taos, Chris suggested we drive back in towards the plaza area and see if there was a great street light lit scene. It just so happened that the full moon was also coming up. This building looked to me like it had a surprised face on it. The moon just added a contrasting sense of calm.

Albuquerque, NM. Photo by Corey Walker.

Photo by Knate Myers. I went out attempting to photograph some lighting as a storm rolled through town last night. Strikes didn’t occur very often but when they did, huge veins lit up jumping from cloud to cloud, rarely hitting the ground. The sporadic nature was a bit frustrating as I kept missing the perfect shot! I’ll try again soon In the meantime, here’s one of my favorite lighting photos from about 3 years ago:
“Albuquerque Lightning”
Taken in NE Albuquerque with the city lights in the background.

I went out attempting to photograph some lighting as a storm rolled through town last night. Strikes didn’t occur very often but when they did, huge veins lit up jumping from cloud to cloud, rarely hitting the ground. The sporadic nature was a bit frustrating as I kept missing the perfect shot! I’ll try again soon In the meantime, here’s one of my favorite lighting photos from about 3 years ago:
“Albuquerque Lightning”
Taken in NE Albuquerque with the city lights in the background.

Looking at Cuevas Rock. Photo by Wayne Suggs.

Santa Fe Plaza. Photo by Tobias Roybal.

Photo by Roch Hart “Seeing the Light”
Twelve lightning photos merged into one over a 22 minute time period south of Albuquerque New Mexico.

The International Space Station, a plane, and four planets this morning around 6 AM in Polvadera, New Mexico. Photo by Colleen Gino.

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Photo by Shainin Photography. Juan Tabo Cabin by the foot of the Sandia Mountains.
Taken on 1/2/2015

Santa Fe Railyard. Photo by Dham Khalsa.

Photo by Steven Bundy Photography.

Lightning, some clouds and the Milky Way. One of my favorite long exposures I’ve taken lately. Cochiti Lake, New Mexico. No stacks and no photos tricks. This is a single long exposure: Nikon D600, Samyang 14mm 15 seconds at ISO3200 at F/2.8. Photo by Brian Spencer Photography.

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Snow Spider. Polvadera, New Mexico. Photo by Colleen Gino.

Rio Chama Under The Milky Way. Photo by Wayne Suggs.

Another world comes out at night. Normal landscapes are transformed into surreal scenes. In this photo, heavy amounts of airglow turn the sky green over the VLA in New Mexico. Photo by Knate Myers.

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Snowy night on the Sandia Crest. Photo by Brian Spencer Photography.

Storm Chaser – Carlsbad, NM by Art Chavez.

Photo by Roch Hart Reaching for the Stars  In the high desert of New Mexico at night with the ancients.

Photo by Colleen Gino
2015 was a great year for lightning storms in the Socorro area, and
several of my lightning images were shared by Good Morning America not only on their social media sites ( FB and Twitter), be T on their broadcast show as well. The attached is the most recent one they shared on their TV show, taken in Polvadera in October.

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State Fair. Photo by Brian Spencer Photography.

A little Milky Way peeking through some hoodoos in the Ah‑Shi‑Sle‑Pah Wilderness. Photo by Knate Myers.

Northern New Mexico as seen by Geraint Smith

Geraint Smith: Photo by Pamela Morgan

Over the years, NM Pics has amassed a truly stunning collection of photos from all over the Land of Enchantment. Going back and viewing all the photos is a genuine delight (emphasis on the “light”). Recently as we were looking through the archives, one name in particular kept popping up amongst the oohs and aahs: Geraint Smith. We visited Smith’s website and Facebook page and immediately felt compelled to shine yet more light on majestic northern New Mexico. When looking at Smith’s photos, one gets a true sense of humility and appreciation. It feels as if his end goal is far less about “his photos” and more about honestly representing the surroundings he has come to know and love.

A photo taken during Smith’s first trip to Taos in 1984. This was in his first sell out show of images from “New Mexico: First Impressions” in Pasadena, California.

Geraint was born in Stanleytown, a small coal mining community in the Rhondda Valley in South Wales. In the late 70s, Geraint made his way to California where he worked as a photojournalist in Los Angeles for many years. In 1984 he embarked on a road trip that would prove to be life changing; he traveled to northern New Mexico and was captivated by the high desert landscapes, architecture and people. In fact he was so captivated that he eventually moved to Taos where he found himself immersed in the landscape for good.

After moving to Taos, Geraint began exploring northern New Mexico beyond the well-known spots made famous by the many artists and photographers that have long flocked to the area. He started venturing off into the back roads and gaining familiarity with more secluded, quiet places. While these places certainly had sweeping vistas, it was the subtleties unique to New Mexico that inspired him to move beyond using his camera for journalism and instead using it to capture moments he and others would want to hang on a wall. “More often than not it’s the mood of a place which inspires me. I like dramatic sunsets and landscapes of course … but subtleties of color, hues and soft horizons really makes my day,” says Smith. Eventually both his back road travels and photos of New Mexico turned into more than just labors of love.

Relaxing out on the back roads of northern New Mexico.

Smith now lives in San Cristobal, NM, and shows his work at The Geraint Smith Gallery of Fine Art Photography in the charming village of Arroyo Seco, NM. He describes the village as having a preserved energy of the past that people don’t expect to see anymore. Visitors to Smith’s gallery also get a sense of the past by his photos due to their pure look and feel. “People often ask if my photos were taken on film and comment on how they love the muted tones and colors in the images,” says Smith. When commenting about his editing process, he says “you don’t need to do much to the photos because the beauty is already right in front of you.”

The Geraint Smith Gallery of Fine Art Photography

When not at the gallery, Smith guides photography tours. Photographers from around the globe regularly benefit from his knowledge of the area and are treated to popular destinations as well as scenery that is truly off the beaten path. Smith conducts “Land of Light Personalized Photo Tours” and operates three-day “New Mexico Photo Safaris and Workshops.” He likes to keep the tours as individualized as possible, tailoring tours specifically to what visitors want to see and know. When asked about his experience as a tour guide, Smith remarks, “the finest thing is to watch people relax, feel the air on their faces and stand there in awe.”

During a photo tour at San Francisco de Asis Mission Church in Taos, NM.

Smith is also the author of “Rio Grande del Norte: An Intimate Portrait“, a book of landscape and nature photography focusing on the upper Rio Grande region. He is now in the process of creating a new book, which he says is less about big sunset scenery but instead has more of a quiet personal touch.

Below you can see a small sample of Geraint Smith’s photography. It might not be exactly the same as relaxing on the back roads of northern New Mexico and feeling the air on your face, standing there in awe, but thanks to Smith’s heartfelt photos, it sure is pretty damn close.

You can contact Geraint in the following ways: geraintsmith.com, geraint@geraintsmith.com, 505-501-4880

Article written by Corey Walker

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Winter in the Land of Enchantment

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.

The old train tressel in Cloudcroft, such a mystical, and beautiful place! Photo by Kris Luna

Soaking up the view

Soaking up the view

San Antonio Hot Springs in the Jemez Photo by Marcus Sartin

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Beacon

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 Irene Fertik Taken in Albuquerque.

Photo by Jennifer Smith Allen My favorite Chimayo pic taken November 2014.

After The Storm

After The Storm

Nogal, New Mexico Photo by Corey Walker

Photo by Moments in the Making Off Baylor Canyon Rd - Las Cruces, NM (after the first snowfall 2015)

Photo by Shainin Photography A Foggy Sandia Sunrise! Taken on 12/30/2015.

Morning Walk

Morning Walk

Taken in the Albuquerque foothills Photo by Corey Walker

Heavy Frost in Tome, NM December 31, 2015 By Holly Renee Becker

Photo by Lyric Swift Albuquerque sunset

Up towards Dripping Springs near Las Cruces, NM. Photo by Jeremy Ninjew Perlman

Photo by Geraint Smith A week of sundogs and solar halos continue aroundd my neck of the woods. Arroyo Hondo.

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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 :)

El Rito, New Mexico Photo by Carmelita Trujillo

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

Photo by Cosetta Lewis Some of my horses playing in the snow. Deming, NM

Love snow and ice and adobe.... Photo by Debi Snyder

Cristo Rey church in Santa Fe, NM Photo by Erik Sverdlov

 

30 Photos of Sunset in NM

If you’ve ever been to New Mexico, then you know all about our sunsets! We’ll let the photos speak as to why they call New Mexico the Land of Enchantment. Click on each photo for better resolution. Thanks to all the photographers who have submitted photos to NM Pics over the years!

Sculpture "The Trail Ahead" just north of Jal, NM during tonight's sunset. Sculpture by local artist Brian Norwood. Photo by David Verschueren.

HDR photo of an old building in ruins at dusk. Photographed in Guadalupe County. Photo by James David Emerson

A stunning White Sands pic from Eric John Galleries.

Photo by Knate Myers Photography "Sunset at Alien City" Hiking around this place, between 10' hoodoos and underneath a full moon, was such an incredibly fun and surreal experience. Before that though I was treated to a beautiful sunset.

Outside of San Patricio, New Mexico

Photo by Tobias Roybal Photography Tobias Roybal Photography Santa Cruz Church.

White Sands, NM. Photo by B Spencer Photography.

Taken from the Albuquerque foothills. Photo by Corey Walker

Daybreak

Daybreak

Paul Rojas 2013 (c) This was from a trip to the New Mexico badlands last month with my friend, David . We wandered upon this little area only a few minutes before dawn, and it was probably one of the best spots we found the entire trip. There were just comps everywhere! There was so much to shoot that David and I never even crossed paths. Aside from the occasional call to "Look at the light to your left!!!" or "Check out the clouds above you!!!" we were pretty much in our own little worlds, scrambling up and down hoodoos, doing our tripod workouts, and getting totally overwhelmed by everything we saw. After we were done, we could only stand back in silence, and look far to the horizon. It was quite humbling, being so far from everything, yet completely surrounded by such an amazing landscape. We couldn't have asked for a better morning to end the trip.

Near Carrizozo, NM.

St. Jude's church in San Patricio, NM.

Farmington, NM Monday evening. Photo by Dave OOz

Sunset on the limestone of the peak of the Sandia Mountains

Sunset at the base of the Sandia Mountains.

Road trip at sunset outside of Carrizozo, NM.

Sunset at the NM Museum of Space History. Photo by Dave Zeeman

Grants, NM. Photo by Tammy Curley Legler

The sun setting over Abiquiu Lake.

THE RAVENS VIEW... what a beautiful way to watch the sunset in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains outside Raton N.M. Roger Banister — in Raton, New Mexico.

Sunset over the Sandias Photo by Tamara Barker

Sunset over Carrizozo, NM.

A beautiful few minutes of sunset at White Sands . Photo by Melissa Hall

Where I Belong

Where I Belong

Taken in Las Cruces, New Mexico by Wayne Suggs. "I know I photograph this tree a lot, but I just can't help it. There is nothing wrong with being where you love."

Burning Bush

Burning Bush

Sunset peeking through a bush at the base of the Sandia mountains in Albuquerque

Evidence

Evidence

White Sands Nat'l Monument By Joe Burton.

Taken from the westside of Albuquerque overlooking the Rio Grand and the Sandias. From Hartsocks Photography.

Sunset peeking through the windows of an abandoned building. Photo by Roch Hart.

Sunset at Sandia Peak. Photo by Joy Johnson Photography

Sunset at Ghost Ranch Photo by Steven Bundy Photography

Sunset after a summer rain in Carrizozo, NM.

Taken by Tim Erickson in Truth or Consequences.

Ok, this one is a sunRISE but same concept! Some mornings it pays to get up early........Organ Mountains One/twenty9/twenty15 Photo by Joanie Coursien

Sunset over Albuquerque.