We’re going to do things a little differently this month! We’re going to feature some of my photography from New Mexico! I hope you enjoy the trip through these wallpapers.
We drove 18 hours all night to get to New Mexico.
All of us were already wore out the first day, and it was going to be a long adventure with lots of driving, exploring, and photography! This particular morning we had planned to arrive at the Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, but got there way to early so had to wait for the ranger to arrive and unlock the gate which allows you access to the area. We decided to shoot the sunrise over some of the hills in order to pass the time.
This particular scene caught my eye because of this one bush which was hanging out all by it’s lonesome, aka Lone Ranger.
Placer Mountain is the tallest mountain in the range of mountains which can be seen in the distance in this photograph. One of the coolest things about New Mexico is the flat ranges and then giant mountains. The mountains come straight out of these huge flat open areas and you can see them for miles. As you approach they gradually just get larger, and larger, and larger, it’s a neat effect.