A New Englander moves to New Mexico
What a wonderful picture! It's very hard for me to imagine snow right now, as we are under a smothering, oppressive heat wave here in the N.C. mountains that shows no signs of abating any time soon. Looking at your photo made me feel a bit cooler though...
Terrific capture, Clair! I'm amazed -- although I shouldn't be considering our weather this year -- but the snow is still quite deep on all the mountains around us here in Seattle! Hope your week is going well! Enjoy!Sylvia
I though that looked more like Southern California than New Mexico. Wild weather yesterday in Wheatland. We watched the storms from our back patio and some of the lightning and hail made it down to us.
Wonderful shot of the windmills with snow mountain in the background.
Did you mean to copy the design of the snow with the wind turbines? Amazing capture and notion that there's still snow somewhere in June!Happy trails, Claire.
this is a vast beauty. I love it. Happy SWF Claire.
I am surprised to, I never been there but I could not imagine that theres snow in California! Beautiful photo!
Lovely! I guess it's still very cold at the highest elevations!
As soon as I saw the wind turbines in the thumbnail photo, I thought, "Palm Springs"! Love the snow on the mountain, Clair. Looks like home to me. LOL— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Beautiful sky shot!My Sky shots, have a great weekend ahead!
Wonderful capture! The snowcapped mountains look gorgeous. Have a great weekend and happy skywatching!
Beautiful shot. Always glad to see those wind turbines--we're going to be counting on them someday to produce our energy. Mickie :)
Whoa! Fantastic shot n location!
Great shot, love the mountain, just not a great fan of masses wind-generators although they do go well in the composition.
Just magnificent beauty~
I've seen those before! I wonder where the power goes to.
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