The San Juan Mission Cemetery was founded in 1918. Just south of Farmington NM, I found it recently near sundown on a stormy afternoon, the light was amazing and the mission chapel was in the background. The graves are unmarked except for the simple wooden crosses.
Bar NI Ranch, Stonewall Colorado
Mineral Creek, north of Silverton CO, September 2011. Stream was illuminated by moonglow.
Quilly Bob Thornton, age about 12 weeks. Baby Porcupines are called Porcupets.
Grizzly Bear in Katmai National Park, near Geographic Harbor Alaska
Grand Teton Peak at sunrise in the Grand Teton NP
Sherry got pooed at the GW Exotic Animal Park... by a fawn and tiger cub...I think she enjoyed it.
Sherry, Piranha and Squeakers, raccoon kits at the GW Exotic Animal Park.
Sherry feeding a one week old deer fawn at the GW Exotic Animal Park.
Tiger at the GW Exotic Animal Park.
Sunset in the mountains near Silverton CO.
Corkscrew Gulch Road...near 12,000 feet, outside of Silverton Colorado.
Fall in the air.
Mineral Creek with Bear Mountain in the background, Silverton Colorado.
Bear Mountain, above Silverton Colorado.
Near Silverton Colorado.
The falls above Golden Horn, Mineral Creek Colorado right at sunset.
Clear Creek, north of Silverton CO, September 2011.
Fall in the air, outside of Silverton CO, September 2011
Mineral Creek, north of Silverton CO, September 2011. Stream was illuminated by moonglow, and a little light painting with my flashlight.
Near full moon, about 10 pm one night outside of Silverton CO, the moon glow illuminated the mountains. September 2011
Falls above Silverton Colorado
A iron, riveted boiler, above Silverton CO, about 12,600 feet, September 2011.
Flowers and waterfalls, Mineral Creek, Silverton CO, September 2011
A iron, riveted boiler, above Silverton CO, about 12,600 feet, September 2011. How did they get this up there?
Corkscrew Gulch, Silverton CO, September 2011
Above Silverton CO, about 12,750 feet, September 2011
Harebell, kin to bluebells after a rain. Near Silverton CO. The reflection of a fir tree can be seen in the reflection of the raindrop.
Dinner date of moth butterflys. Could be a mountain aster they are sitting on near Silverton CO.
Note the bee above the moth.