When Dr. K, Willow, Frio and I reached the intersection of Left Branch and Right Branch Arroyos the rain started to come down a bit heavier. We debated (Dr. K and I) about whether we should do the complete trek nor simply head up the right branch and out. We decided on the whole hike.
Fortunately the rain stopped, and we only got a bit wet. The heavy cloud cover, a slight breeze and intermittent precipitation kept us cool during our outing, but the high humidity was somewhat oppressive. Still is.
|This & next: Swainson's Hawk|
|Swainson's Hawk flying away|
|This & next: 2 different photo-editing techniques|
|This & next: what got us wet|
|Black-throated Sparrow X|
|Patch of blue|
|Last 2: views of Tortugas and the Organ Mountains|
I love the photo that you call Sunbeams.
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