A classic winter sunset.
Someone I ran into last summer in the Sandias, or more accurately, someone I would have run into if it hadn’t warned me it was there by rattling.
I’m obsessed with lichens these days. I also finally have a decent macro lens that can capture their details. I found these in the Sandia foothills.
New Mexico’s state grass, curled up and backlit in its winter glory.
Backlit mountain mahogany in the Sandia foothills.
One of the biggest reasons I take photos is that I don’t actually see all that clearly in real life. It’s my camera that helps me see, even it it’s not quite in real time. Which means that, when I took this photo, I thought I was taking a shot of a ladybug. However, once…