Last night as outflow from storms in eastern New Mexico raced west — we saw dry showers and thunderstorms try to develop over the city of Albuquerque. Eventually, the lower atmosphere wet enough and we had some light rain in parts of the metro. But weather wise, yesterday was just a run of the mill […]
I had a lot of different experiences this past week, many of them revolved around cool hikes or monsoon activity in New Mexico. Here’s some pics from this past week.
The first day of my trip this weekend was a rainy/wet and grey one. I’m still surprised at how thick and widespread clouds ended up being all day on Saturday once storms got going. This setup wasn’t particularly robust — weak wind shear was present with moderate instability over the northern parts of New Mexico. […]
Before I go much further, let me preface this post by saying this will certainly not be the last time I visit Taos. There’s so much more to photograph and see. If not for a stubbornly painful back, I likely would’ve stayed another day or two this trip. UGH my back. Let’s get to talking […]
I shot the following pictures last weekend on my grand tour through portions of northern New Mexico. Despite the calendar saying May, the temperatures at the elevations the caldera sits at were nearer to freezing (the altitude is over 10,000 feet). Thus, this was an unexpectedly chilly shoot but I wanted to capture the sunset […]
New Mexico is a state which is full of hidden gems which you don’t read about often, but when you find them they capture your imagination just like any of the big ticket items. This weekend, I got the chance to explore one of those places in Plaza Blanca near Abiquiu.