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Sunlit Book Cliffs | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Sunlit Book Cliffs | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

David Bowie on the set of The Man Who Fell to Earth, New Mexico 1975. Photo by Geoff  MacCormack

David Bowie: Fenton Lake, New Mexico, 1975 by Geoff MacCormack. Between 1973 and writer/producer Geoff MacCormack toured with David Bowie on the Aladdin Sane and Ziggy Stardust tour as backing vocalist/percussionist.

Media by Bryon Gloden CISSP published September 01 2016 at 12:22AM

September 01, 2016 at 12:19AM

NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day 2016 August 31 Annular Solar Eclipse over New Mexico What is this person doing? In 2012 an annular eclipse of the Sun was visible over a narrow path that crossed the northern Pacific Ocean and several western US.

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Don Smith Photography    Setting Sun Over San Andreas Mountains, White Sands National Monument, New Mexico    Sony a7RII, Sony 100-400mmGM, f/14, 1/13th, ISO 100

Don Smith Photography Setting Sun Over San Andreas Mountains, White Sands National Monument, New Mexico Sony a7RII, Sony 100-400mmGM, f/14, 1/13th, ISO 100

And the sun sets on the Land of Enchantment

34 Photos Of New Mexico That Will Make You Want To Move There

New Mexico's Carlsbad Caverns is a system of 119 ancient caves hidden below the landscape, formed when sulfuric acid dissolved limestone that surrounded it. The climate inside is cool, and makes an exciting stop for caving, either on a self-guided or ranger-guided tour. When the sun sets, listen to a ranger talk just before watching the caves' bats fly out into the sky. Get more information about Carlsbad Caverns.  - WomansDay.com

20 Places All Americans Should See Before They Die

New Mexico's Carlsbad Caverns is a system of 119 ancient caves hidden below the landscape, formed when sulfuric acid dissolved limestone that surrounded it. The climate inside is cool, and makes an exciting stop for caving, either on a self-guided or ranger-guided tour. When the sun sets, listen to a ranger talk just before watching the caves' bats fly out into the sky. Get more information about Carlsbad Caverns. - WomansDay.com

The Sandia Mountains, New Mexico, got their name from the spanish word for 'watermelon,' due to the deep magenta hue they take on each evening just before the sun sets. Anything troubling or tense just melts away while observing this spectacular natural phenomena.

15 Ways to Relax in the Land of Enchantment

Between the majestic rose colored views of the Sandia Mountains, and the scenic sunsets and soothing sounds down on the banks of the Rio Grande, lies the most mello.

New Mexico's Carlsbad Caverns is a system of 119 ancient caves hidden below the landscape, formed when sulfuric acid dissolved limestone that surrounded it. The climate inside is cool, and makes an exciting stop for caving, either on a self-guided or ranger-guided tour. When the sun sets, listen to a ranger talk just before watching the caves' bats fly out into the sky. Get more information about Carlsbad Caverns.

20 Places All Americans Should See Before They Die

New Mexico's Carlsbad Caverns is a system of 119 ancient caves hidden below the landscape, formed when sulfuric acid dissolved limestone that surrounded it. The climate inside is cool, and makes an exciting stop for caving, either on a self-guided or rang

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