Divine Dumpster

Wishful thinking for Downtown Albuquerque.

No moon this morning. It was hiding behind the clouds at dawn.

I attended a meeting about a conservation project in north Corrales where runoff and treated wastewater from Rio Rancho dumps into the Rio Grande. The Nature Conservancy is working with various agencies to use the runoff and wastewater to retore the area into a wetland. Therefore, I did not get out to say hi to the owls and cranes tonight.

37 thoughts on “Divine Dumpster

    • Thanks, Lavinia. The only mention of beavers is how to protect the trees they want to plant from being cut down by beavers.

  1. Graffiti tagging has reached epic proportions on just about everything but USPS boxes. But for every clever tag, there’s nothing to compare with the handiwork of those gorgeous Albuquerque skies!

  2. You are always at the right place and the right time Tim…..to capture such lovely skies…….πŸ™πŸΌπŸ€©πŸ™πŸΌπŸ€©πŸ™πŸΌπŸ€©πŸ€©πŸ€©πŸ™πŸΌ

  3. It’s “redemption” not “redeption.” The Big J would be wondering, “What in the hell is redeption???” πŸ™‚

    For defacing USPS boxes, the penalty is five years, $50,000. If you deface enough, it might get you consecutive sentences at Medium FCC in Florence, CO.

    Are they sure they would want to use treated wastewater into the Rio Grande to create a wetlands? Wetlands, by definition, are considered “pristine” under the Clean Water Act.

    • I can’t vouch for the spelling. It is downtown Albuquerque. Clean Water Act? We don’t need no stinking clean water act in New Mexico. The state DOH has totally botched up the vaccine rollout.

  4. Loved the title “Divine Dumpster” for this curious sight, Tim. And the two magnificent photos of the sky, that big sky you have in NM, are wonderful. My favorite is the third one with the Rio Grande and all the beauty above it.

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