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Boulders & Rio Grande River
Photo By Lance Varnell

  • Title: Boulders & Rio Grande River
  • State/Province/Region: New Mexico
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Northern New Mexico
  • Nearest Town: Questa
  • Brief Directions: From the town of Questa take Highway 522 North to Highway 378. Go left and follow this road into the park.
  • Notes: The hikes down into the canyon were about 3/4 mile in length. About a 600-800 foot climb to get back up to the rim. Just enough to get the blood pumping.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: I shot this a couple weeks ago in the newly created Rio Grande Del Norte National Monument in Taos County, New Mexico. I shot some scenes in color and decided to switch the camera to monochrome mode. I enjoy comparing the two in the field. This was my favorite shot from that morning. We spent 6 nights camping in the park and saw very few people.
  • Gear: Nikon D800-24-120mm Nikon Zoom Lens-Polarizer-Gitzo Tripod-Arca Swiss B1 Ball Head
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Keywords:  Black & White
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