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 piece, Positive Energy of New Mexico, was added 2007 and is part The Albuquerque Public Arts Collection. The artist is Michael Metcalfe and it is located at Louisiana Blvd and I-40.
Just as the sun started setting and right before the mountain turned pink.
I went out to run a few errands today and the clouds blanketing the mountains were beautiful. Stormy and beautiful. By the time I got home the mountains were completely enveloped in the clouds. You couldn’t see the mountains at all.
These were growing in the foothills of the Sandia Mountains. I don’t actually know what they are but they looked like baseball sized watermelons to me.
Yesterday’s sky and the storm did not live up to what these clouds seemed to be predicting.
The sun was in a and out for most of the day. When it started to set a bunch of storm clouds blew in and started a ruckus. This was the result.
Today’s sky. I love clouds!
The clouds here in Albuquerque never disappoint. It was beautifully stormy yesterday at the Farmer’s Market.
This is a looking to the east. Yesterday’s sky was to the north.
These young fellows were having a blast running up and down this hiking trail in the Sandia Mountains. At one point they went up so high I lost sight of them.
Makes me wish I was a kid again!