Santa Fe, NM

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The Sangre de Cristo Mountains as seen from our plane flying into Santa Fe.The Sangre de Cristo Mountains as seen while flying into Santa Fe.a dirt farmJamie enjoying the cliffs and caves of Bandelier National Monumentreminds me of the 'Scream' maskinside one of the cavesthe view out into the valleyI'm pretty sure these were added by whitey and not by the natives, but still, kinda cool stairsa really big, really dead tree. image clean-up courtesy of My Wife.a really big, really dead tree in black and whitethe journey down from Alcove Housecounting the ringsa snow birdtaking a break from the slopesthe view from the deck at Ski Santa Fe (12,500 feet up in the Sangre de Christo Mountains)kid on a leasha couple of grommets heading out for another runone of the ski lifts at Ski Santa Fethe top of the mountain at Ski Santa Fesome firs among the aspensa snowed-over maintenance road in the Sangre de Christo Mountainsa pine cone found in the snowa jet streaking towards the suna small valley in the Sangre de Christo Mountains northeast of Santa Feus in the mountainsthe Scottish Rite Masonic Center.  Yes, it *was* that pink in person.our deluxe room at La Fonda.  There's a wood-burning fireplace in the corner hidden by the TV and there's a balcony on the other side of the curtains.the El Dorado hotel and spathe New Mexico Museum of Art.  photographed by me, cleaned up later by My Wife.the New Mexico Museum of Art in black and whiteSt Francis of Assisi Cathedral