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Uploaded by: gilg72

Sunday October 13, 2013

Taos, NM (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Across the Rio Pueblo gorge


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6. gilg72
3:27 PM GMT on October 15, 2013
Thank you very much Julia, for your great comments.
These Big Horns have become my favorite wild life animals. I keep checking on them. About half the time I don't see any, and then sometimes they are way far away 2,000 ft or so. I like it when they are just across our smaller Rio Pueblo Gorge like these are. About 400 ft away. Of course I like it better when they are on my side of the gorge, where they are so close I have to back away or else change lens.
Very entertaining when they start climbing cliff straight up, or jumping around from cliff to another.
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5. Doesiedoats
2:36 PM GMT on October 15, 2013
It must be very nice to live in a place
where one may see wildlife such as these
beautiful animals.

Nice series, Gil.
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4. gilg72
5:40 PM GMT on October 14, 2013
Thank you very much Heidrun, Sharon, & Kat for your nice comments.
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3. nanapoo
1:24 PM GMT on October 14, 2013
Wonderful capture Gil!
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2. ColoradoKat
4:55 AM GMT on October 14, 2013
Wow! You caught the whole herd! The babies are
sure growing! Neat shot, Gil! Great detail on the rocks, too!
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1. trailhiker44
4:27 AM GMT on October 14, 2013
Beautiful to see the whole group feeding there and being so absorbed in their activity !
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