The first snowy Sandia Mountiains of the year. So pretty!! It even snowed a bit down in the valley but what stuck only lasted a few hours.
This was the scene opposite and to the west of yesterday’s Cloud Blanket. Cloudy skies make the most beautiful sunsets, which are one of my favorite things to take photograph.
The snowy mountains and roadways taken by my friend Susan Hilty.
Thank you, Susan for permission to share your photo.
It’s a cold … really cold … snowy, windy night here in Albuquerque.
Snowin’ & Blowin’ from Helen Vanderbeek on Vimeo.
Warm wished for a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Albuquerque Daily Photo!!!
I took the top photo at 16:50 and I took the bottom photo at 16:57. If you blink you miss it.
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.
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.
First snow of the season today. Was a bit surprised to have to clean off the car when I went to leave the house. Driving was ok this afternoon.
The nice thing about snow in Albuquerque is that it is usually gone in a day.
When you see one crow, you know there has to be more. And I was right. Shortly after I took this a group of 5 or 6 flew over. They are magnificent birds but I am afraid to let my let my little woofers out!