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Saturday, December 23, 2006

Five Luminarias

Luminarias -- also called farolitos -- are a Christmas Eve tradition throughout most of New Mexico
Luminarias -- also called farolitos -- are a Christmas Eve tradition throughout most of New Mexico.

Friday, December 22, 2006

Winter Wonderland

Snow covers the Sandia foothills and mountains just east of Albuquerque
An amazing amount of snow for Albuquerque, maybe the most I've seen in the 21 years I've been here. In search of snow photos, I managed to get my car stuck in the snow here (Elena Gallegos Picnic Area) for no fewer than three days. I'm not at all sure the photographs were worth it!

Thursday, December 21, 2006

Vigas and Icicles

Snow piles up on vigas while icicles drip down from rain spouts
Snow piles up on vigas while icicles drip down from rain spouts.

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

House and Luminarias

A house lit up with rows of luminarias
A house lit up with rows of luminarias (which are also called farolitos in some parts of New Mexico).

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Let It Snow!

Lots of snow near High Desert, in the Sandia foothills
The weather outside was truly frightful today (but beautiful in a way we don't often see).

Monday, December 18, 2006

Ladder, Luminarias, and Horno

A ladder decorated with Christmas lights is accompanied by electric luminarias and a blazing fire in an horno at Coronado State Monument
A ladder decorated with Christmas lights is accompanied by electric luminarias and a blazing fire in an horno at Coronado State Monument.

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