Looking out my back door at 7:00 AM. There are rain clouds to the east. This view is to the west. It smells so clean.
August 17, 2013 by myeye
August 3, 2013 by myeye
December 24, 2012 by myeye
We have lovely sunrise here and I am fortunate to live near the foothills of the Manzano Mountains. This is how Christmas Eve began in New Mexico.
Have a wonderful day everyone.
October 23, 2012 by myeye
Tom and Carolyn Cannon wander this way when they take their desert vacation. For some reason, while they are here and Tom’s camera is at the ready, our skies do not cooperate. We get puny sunsets. This weekend, we had our normal pre-Christmas skies (Merry Christmas doing her baking, my mom always claimed). So, the photos are for Tom.
October 20, 2012
October 21, 2012
The skies are a gift that (almost) make up for the pettiness, rudeness, anger, and personal attacks that have surrounded this election. So many “slams” at the opponent so little extolling the benefits of electing one’s own candidate. I think we might be broken and I fear all the kings’ horses and all the kings’ men will not put us together again. We are so fortunate to live in this country — even with its imperfections. If we all focused on what is good about our system, and we all committed to making it even better . . . I keep hoping we could work together to accomplish something splendid.
September 27, 2012 by myeye
Yesterday afternoon I went to the jail to visit a client, then drove to Albuquerque. I hit Sams Club, then enjoyed a volleyball game. My 10 (almost 11) year old granddaughter was the Captain yesterday. The JV Angels won the match in two Games. They play so hard — and are pretty talented. Then I streaked across town to Ranchers Pro Market to grab up Wednesday meat specials for the baddogs’ dinners. On the drive home, I saw this double rainbow. I’m pretty sure the end was in my front yard — though it was gone when I got home. The photo is an iPhone shot through an open window at 55 miles per hour. However, you must take your rainbows as you find them.
Please disregard the corner of my car window in the upper right.