Animals / Birds / Bosque / Clouds / Corrales / Cottonwoods / cranes / landscapes / Rio Grande / Sandhill Cranes / Sandias / Sunrise / Trees Cloudy December 10, 2020December 10, 2020 Timothy Price50 Comments 6:30 AM From clear blue skies yesterday to cloudy skies with snow and rain today. 5:00 PM Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Thanks, Susan. It’s been raining hard down here tonight.
I had snow earlier and then what sounded like a pretty good rain tonight. We certainly needed it but I hope it is not ice in the morning.
The precip is really nice to get. I haven’t been able to water for the past couple of weeks because the hoses haven’t thawed out.
The firdt one, Tim, is what I call a ‘Quatermass’ sky. Awesome.
Thanks, Inchcock. Did you see yesterday’s post?
Pink Sandias? Those types of shots would be great for a backdrop of a fun thought!
No the children shredding. I see you found it.
Ah, yes, this morning, Sir. Had I seen and read it, I’d have seen the funny side, and posted something about it to! Gave me a much needed laugh, Tim, thanks.
I think I did one (post) about instructions for the rice cooker? Or not, I get more confused and muddled than ever nowadays.
What a magnificent sky bringing you rain and snow! Beautiful photos, Tim!
Thanks, Mia. We need all the precipitation we can get.
Enjoy the wet weather.
Cold and wet. I could do without the cold.
What a difference almost 12 hours make!
Only 8 eight hours. I was out photographing stars and looking for meteors after 10 last night.
Sorry… 6:30 am to 5:00 PM is 10.5 but I ain`t gonna argue with you 😉
Your snow, your rain will become our first round of snow during the overnight.
We all need it out here. Thanks, David.
What a beautiful explosion of purple and gold in that sunrise! Clouds overtook us here shortly after sunrise as well. No snow yet though.
Hi Lavinia. We had a small accumulation of snow and then hard rain from 7:00 to 8:30 or so last night.
The first photo is most beautiful
How soon it turns! You get the best skies!😍
I’m so glad your painter never rests!!!!!
She gets bored otherwise. Thanks, Marina.
…and we don’t want that, do we?!!!! 😉
On fire too…that first image. Wonderful pictures.
Thanks, Shey. It was dark, cold and wet yesterday. Sound familiar?
Lol.. Yep. Too familiar. like that again today here. Prob tomoz too.
That first one is a bit ominous!
Yep. Brought us rain and snow. Thanks, Teri.
You have a way of drawing me into the Rio Grande, Tim, with your marvelous photos. That big stormy sky is glorious. And when I saw the scene with the sandhill cranes I heard myself whisper, “Oh God” for all its beauty. I’ve been to Bosque del Apache once, but would love to go again.
Thanks, Jet. The Rio Grande has in enchantment like New Mexico. Bosque del Apache is 100 mile south of us. We don’t get as many cranes all at one, but we get to see and hear cranes daily through the winter and we can get close to them. It’s really nice.
I love the dramatic sky. I am surprised to hear you get snow, and especially this early in the year. Glad you have rain though, as it is much needed.
Hi Susan. We are 5,000 feet about sea level and the Sandias are 11,000 feet about sea level. Besides our normal dry desert conditions, it’s cold in the winter. We can get a lot of snow in wet years.
Never saw clouds & sunset like that here. Although I did hear about a sunrise a couple of years ago.
They think there was some special pollution that caused the event.
ah, I feel the crispness of the air just looking at these photos. I miss water!
I thought you had a stream that runs through your house? Am I getting you mixed up with someone else? Thanks, Holly.
I dream of a stream. It’s dry dry dry here.
Dream a little stream for me? It’s very dry here, also. The Rio Grande is running really low. Not long ago I saw a beaver crawling it the water only half submerged. It was a sad sight. It was so sad, I didn’t photograph it out of respect for the beaver.
Oh, man. That is really sad. Umpf.
Dreaming the stream.
You can stream a little stream while you dream. ¡Soñando y fluyendo agua virtual!
As Carly Simon says – “ain’t nothing like the real thing baby . . . ”
But you gotta start with the dream sometimes.
Yes that’s a wow from me too! Great shots Tim … nature sure is amazing