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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

A Change of Weather

This and the next:  New Mexican sunrise
It was in the mid-40s when we started our hike this morning, but the conditions were a bit raw:  the sun was mostly shrouded by clouds and the wind was strong.  A cold front blew in overnight, changing the weather significantly.

It didn't feel too unpleasant out there, though, and we trekked up to First Arroyo, stopped in for some water and a few photos, and then headed back.

Just as we crested LDR before reaching the upper flatland a man came over the crest.  He was half of the husband and wife jogging team we often run into out there.  He said, "It's a bit windy out here this morning."  We agreed as we continued in opposite directions.


Clouds over the southern Organ Mountains

This and the next:  sky and Ocotillos


This and the next 3:  beautiful skies over the mountains




This and the next 2:  angry sky



Willow and Frio

Frio

Willow

This and the next:  Soaptree Yuccas near First Arroyo


Wild sky this morning

This and the next:  clouds over the Organs


This and the next:  flank of Tortugas and the Organs


This and the next 3:  Organ Mountains




 

1 comment:

Dr. K said...

Gorgeous photos of the sky this morning, including the beautiful dawn. And our doggies are so cute.

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