Sangre de Cristo Mountains Of New Mexico.
Sangre de Cristo Mountains East Of Espanola, NM.
My Wife (Diane) Zoomed In On This Shot.
State Rd 68 Southwest Of Taos, NM.
Looking Northeast At Taos, NM From State Rd. 68.
Snow Showers Obscuring The Jemez Mountains.
Looking West Towards Los Alamos, NM From State Hwy 502.
Diane Took This On State Hwy 502 Just East Of Los Alamos.
Snow Showers Obscuring The Sangre de Cristo's.
Diane Shot This From State Hwy 502 East Of Los Alamos, NM.
Santa Fe Ski Basin Trails Are Visible On The Right.
Looking East Towards At The Sangre de Cristo's
From State Hwy 502 Just East Of Los Alamos, NM.
Snow Pellets & Sleet Covered The Ground In Santa Fe, NM
On Sunday Nov, 23, 2014.
Sacramento Mountains Of South-Central NM.
Western View Of Sierra Blanca Peak From State Hwy 380.
Diane Captured This Old Barn & Chimney Near Elk, NM.
My wife and I spent this past weekend in Santa Fe, New Mexico. We visited the Taos Indian Pueblo on Saturday and Los Alamos on Sunday. Saturday was a bright sunny day...perfect weather for late November in northern New Mexico.
Snow showers developed over the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountains on Sunday. Sunday was very windy with gusts near 50 mph in Los Alamos. Moderate but brief sleet and snow pellet showers greeted us as we made our way back into Santa Fe late Sunday afternoon.
Lots of sunshine and clear skies on our trip back to Carlsbad Monday although a tad windy and chilly especially in Cloudcroft where the temp was 31F with 30 mph westerly wind gusts.
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