|New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum (center)|
|The mountain called Picacho|
|On her level|
|Black-tailed Jackrabbit (a hare) on the move|
|Still a lot of pears on this Prickly Pear Cactus|
|Greater Roadrunner on the hunt|
|It caught something|
|Whatever it has in its beak is pretty small|
|Barrel Cactus flower bud on the verge of opening|
|The long view|
|Across the northern Chihuahuan Desert to the Organ Mountains|
|A hot and very humid morning|
|Rolling dirt road|
|Sun hits an Ocotillo|
|Dirt road just west of Tortugas Mountain|
I like the orange and yellow colors of the barrel cactus flower.
Couldn't you just get another unit of the same camera to see if the panorama issue is resolved? Or, were you not "blown away" by the new camera?
I didn't feel compelled to keep it, Scott. The 40X optical zoom was a little unwieldy; and the anti-shake feature didn't seem adequate to the task of steadying even 20X shots.
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