It’s a cold … really cold … snowy, windy night here in Albuquerque.
Snowin’ & Blowin’ from Helen Vanderbeek on Vimeo.
He is a friend of The Spaghetti Eater and he can also be found in Uptown Shopping Center.
When I let the house it was dry and chilly. When I got home there was some accumulation on the ground and it was already turning slushy and slippery.
So far this year this house is the winner for the most lights and prettiest display. This is only the side of the house the front was all decked out and so was the garage.
The lawn ornaments are starting to show up not now that it is getting closer to the holiday. This is one of my favorites.
Tonight is the Twinkle Light parade here in Albuquerque. Always fun to see all the lights twinkling down Central Avenue.
I have heard that the Old Town Pizza Parlor has great pizza so I decided to check it out for myself. I couldn’t eat in today but the people were very nice and yes, the pizza was delicious.
About half way through the Harvest Moon eclipse on September 27, 2015.
The Nob Hill neighborhood reminds me a lot of Greenwich Villiage, NY. The people are diverse and everyone fits in somewhere. There are places to eat, shops and artsy stuff. I enjoy being down there.
One of the places to eat is the Nob Hill Bar and Grille. I have never had the pleasure but I know folks who eat here all the time and love it.
It was really quiet downtown where I came across this news van just sitting. Right after I took this photo the guy in the front seat got out and start to cordon off an area. I guess they were getting ready to film a piece for the news.
A completely out of focus but really cool shot of the moon setting behind the Albuquerque skyline.