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Ruins of Spanish mission339 views2004-09-04
Pecos National Historic Site, Pecos, New Mexico, USA

This is what remains of the Spanish mission church at the PNHS. Adobe slowly dissolves in rain.
Unusual rock formations189 views2004-09-05
Just northeast of Nambé, New Mexico, USA

Odd erosional landform.
Church of the Holy Dirt214 views2004-09-05
Chimayó, New Mexico, USA

This church is famous for having dirt that is claimed to have healing powers.
Cross and Moon212 views2004-09-05
Chimayó, New Mexico, USA

At the "Church of the Holy Dirt," the Moon was in an interesting position (slightly up and right) relative to the wooden cross at the entrance to the church grounds.
San Jose de Gracia Church200 views2004-09-05
Las Trampas, New Mexico, USA

This was one of several Spanish mission-type churches we encountered between Santa Fe and Taos.
Wheeler Peak in the distance181 views2004-09-05
Northeast of Valdito, New Mexico, USA

Beautiful evergreen forest lies between our position here and Wheeler Peak, the highest point in New Mexico, many miles to the northeast.
Taos194 views2004-09-05
Taos, New Mexico, USA

This interesting building was the first one we passed as we walked from the parking area into town.
Taos189 views2004-09-05
Taos, New Mexico, USA

This is one of several interesting buildings in Taos, New Mexico.
Highland creek and forest192 views2004-09-05
Moly, New Mexico, USA

Just across the highway (and out of sight in this photo) is a molybdenum mine, which is apparently why this location is called "Moly." It is a few miles east of Questa.
Red River cabins195 views2004-09-05
Red River, New Mexico, USA

These nice cabins were just south of the mountain community of Red River.
Rio Grande194 views2004-09-05
Near Pilar, New Mexico, USA

The "Big River" isn't all that big in northern New Mexico. This is along highway 68, from Taos to Santa Fe.
K'UUYEMUGEH215 views2004-09-06
Pojoaque, New Mexico, USA

This is one of two simliar bridges in the Pojoaque (po-HWAH-keh) area, north of Santa Fe. According to an article by the on-line ABQjournal, this particular bridge shows the Tewa name for the community of Cuyamungue.
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