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Teri Anne captured this beautiful photo over White Rock, NM. We think it is stunning!

Jim Arnold captured these stunning photographs of the Pecos River in Ft Sumner, New Mexico we are proud of these coming from DeBaca County!

Pecos River

Gordon Mack has the "Perfect" Moonrise from San Francisco. Who else could get the Moon rising, Golden Gate Bridge and A Sailboat in one frame.

Kellyanne Conway on surveillance: ‘I’m not in the job of having evidence’

Kellyanne Conway was doing okay. She’d effectively neutralized the bubbling outcry over comments she made to the Bergen Record, in which she defended President Trump’s evidence-free claims of wiretapping by noting that various household devices could be used to surveil a target. “You can surveil …

Donald Trump

And last but not least, Union County finally slides into the National Outdoor Photographers Day with a photo of Capulan Volcano Near Clayton, New Mexico Where she deemed this as "The Sleeping Giant!" Lucky for all of us downhill.....

Karen A. Peralta captured the Bosque De Apache in Ft Sumner, New Mexico in time for our National Outdoor Photographers Day

Brb Fleming shared this from Chavez County New Mexico and it is a part of our Eastern New Mexico side of the State A Cropduster Plane on National Outdoor Photographers Day! Thank you Bev!

Jaime Miller Photographed the National Outdoor Photographers Day photo at the Bisti Garlands near Farmington , New Mexico

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Rodney Sheldon photographed this Las Cruces, New Mexico sunset on National Outdoor Photographers Day!

Photographed by Vicki Bailey of Chapparal, New Mexico USA

Our State flower "The Yucca" photographed by Vicki B.

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Quarai Ruins Photographed by Johnny Montano of New Mexico. These ruins are a second part of the Salinas Pueblo National Monument. Each brick is made by hands of the Ancient Civilization. Without today's tools and manufacturing it is impossible for us to understand how each wall of this was placed so exact and how they morter each brick with mud & sand instead of with concrete mortar. How intriguing it is to stand among these huge fortresses and not understand how it was completed without machinery from an Industrial Age. These ruins predate the Pyramids of Egypt. Vohs Quotes ©2017

Johnny Montano Photography