Discovering A Workshop
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Discovering A Workshop

April 1, 2004 | Ibarionex R. Perello
Improve your photography in the classroom and in the field
Chama River Canyon Wilderness, New Mexico
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Chama River Canyon Wilderness, New Mexico

April 1, 2004 | Text And Photography By Charles Klingsporn

Established in 1978, the 50,000-acre Chama River Canyon Wilderness is located north of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The terrain is typical of the high-country desert Southwest, with red sandstone cliffs and a variety of vegetation due to the mix of desert and canyon river terrain. The areas along the riverbed, at about 6,500 feet above sea level, are piñon-juniper and cedar woodland. The higher elevations on the cliffs, up to 8,100 feet, consist mostly of ponderosa pine and fir.

Fields Of Color
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Fields Of Color

April 1, 2004 | Mark Edward Harris
George Lepp completes a 15-year project to document the poppies of California
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