Bosque / Clouds / Corrales / Cottonwoods / landscapes / Moon / Rio Grande / Sandias / Sunset / Trees Moon Rise Over Sandias April 25, 2021 Timothy Price45 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Those purple/pink skies you have down there are amazing!
Thanks, Brian. It’s the land of enchantment.
WOW Timothy. Splendid pictures 🤗
Thanks, Gabriela. A little color for you and you lovely kitties.
Thank you so much. It helps a lot. I don’t know how to comment on the post about irrigation. I don’t know anything about. I just hope everything is well.
Ah yes, Gabriela. Irrigation. I’m doing the same thing the Spanish who settled in New Mexico over 400 years ago had been doing over hundreds of years in this area. The acequias, majordomos, and the life and culture of irrigating communities are very strange for people who don’t grow up with it. Do you know the opening line in Steely Dan’s song “Do It Again”: “In the morning you go gunning for the man who stole your water…”? That’s not far off when it comes to dealing with the people who buy land out here and don’t understand the irrigation system, the politics and ramifications of not bothering to learn about how it all works, and being ignorant of the fact that there are actually rules one has to follow when it comes to irrigating. Some of my neighbors and I have had some good fights with the idiots who move out here and don’t bother to learn about the rules and etiquette of irrigating. It’s still the wild west out in these parts and their Californication entitlements are worthless out here.
“I’m doing the same thing the Spanish who settled in New Mexico over 400 years ago had been doing over hundreds of years in this area. The acequias, majordomos, and the life and culture of irrigating communities are very strange for people who don’t grow up with it. ” That is so interesting Timothy. It really is.
” the politics and ramifications of not bothering to learn about how it all works, and being ignorant of the fact that there are actually rules one has to follow when it comes to irrigating. Some of my neighbors and I have had some good fights with the idiots who move out here and don’t bother to learn about the rules and etiquette of irrigating.” That’s really a shame. What’s wrong with learning? And what’s wrong with people who pretend they know when actually they don’t. I feel your frustration. I understand you.
Enjoy the rest of your day Timothy and hugs to everyone.
Purple skies. Beautiful.
I pressed “Pink Moon… Not” by mistake (I’m glad I did!)
Pink Moon, pink and pink skies!
Breathtaking views, my friend!
Happy Monday from here too! 😉
Thanks, Marina. You got a couple of doses of Sandias, moons, colors, and not colors.
Wonderful sooo beautiful
Your images look surreal, Tim, as though from another planet. Just gorgeous!! I see you have the chemtrails too. Every time I see them, it clouds up and we get rain. That too soon NO MORE! xo
I wish the chem trails would cause rain. We need lots of it. Thanks, Amy Rose.
A beautiful series, Tim. The Sandias, river and sky and moon are all favorite subjects of mine. I love colors!
It’s a wild sky day here, of the grey type.
You really have some amazing sun and moon rises and settings, incredible colors!😍
Thanks, Tiffany. It’s always enchanting.
Beauteous! I love a moon in a pink sky…
Thanks, Dale. It was nice to see it. No moon last night or this morning.
I took mine last night – dunno if you can see it here https://www.instagram.com/p/COJzwhknZb3/?igshid=1vqwpiydejh4i
I don’t have an Instagram account. I’m sure it’s lovely.
Even though you don’t, you should be able to look… Dang.
I would think so too, but it wants me to sign in.
Bastids. It’s okay, I emailed it to you 😉
I got it. Wonderful moonshot. I’m happy I got to see the Pink Moon at long last.
So glad! 🙂
How beautiful these photos are! The skies are amazing!
A treat to see this, Tim. Thank you for sharing the beauty of Nature. x
You are welcome, Dina. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.
Great shots, Tim.
I wish I was there to see it, mate.
You would love it. Thanks, Inchcock.
Ah look at your moon showing off! Someone has been out with a paint brush again! Top shots Tim
Thanks, Julie. Our painter was busy.
Sure was 😀
The moon sure looks pink here!
It was the pre-pink moon. Thanks, Resa.
LOL… pre pink….hahaha!