Nature

We Know

junco on handmade feeder

Rickety feeding platform made from salvaged boards

Deep down inside, we know. We always have. There's a thread inside that you can follow to the Source of everything. The junco knows. Why do I so frequently forget, when it's the only thing that saves me?

Comforting. Clean. Cold.

winter scene in northern Taos County

About 45 miles from Taos, looking west near the Colorado line

I pulled off the highway at a certain spot near the foot of the mountain so we could pee. It's maybe a hundred yards down this little dirt road to a big sign with all the regulations. Beyond that, the road continues into a wide, shallow valley and then disappears over the edge of the [...]

Black and White

sagebrush

Old sagebrush by the trail

Just the photo today. Working on some projects...

Nature Shock

Looking west from Llano Quemado

The neighborhood today

I couldn't possibly make the left turn with a big red wrecker truck hanging on my bumper at sixy miles an hour, so I drove another half mile to where I had a turn lane, circled right back to the highway—empty now, thank God—and cruised toward town until I found the place again. There was [...]

Season of the Rufous

rufous hummingbird

Shot through dirty window with Pentax K-x on auto w/ 55-300 telephoto lens, tweaked like crazy (chrome , Camera RAW filters)

They're here! We have so many of them now. Rufous hummingbirds are very aggressive, chasing each other and every other kind away from the feeders and even out of the yard. I put up five feeders. With the crowds we get, some of them are empty by the end of the day.

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