A house haunted by (at the very least) a skeleton. Outside Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Desert 4 o’clocks have been abundant in the Sandia foothills this year. They’re really quite miraculous — their leaves are a deep green, and they often don’t bloom (or even grow) at all.
It’s the end of the year — and the end of another Christmas season, with its bright and colorful lights, as well. Out with the old, and in with the new!
I’m reluctant to let go of Christmas lights because I know it’ll be the end of color for the next few months. However, this exploding snowflake is particularly timely since New Mexico just got smacked with so much snow that the governor has declared a state of emergency. Snow pix to come — perhaps next year.
The most magic evening of all in New Mexico — Merry Christmas!
Agave, all lit up, at the Rio Grande Botanic Garden’s River of Lights display.