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AZTEC DANCER
Durango and Silverton Railroad
November moon over autumn branches
AZTEC DANCER 4
A street in Bologna
Swirling moray
AZTEC DANCER 3
The railway from Porto to Pocinho
Thanksgiving Sunset
The active volcano Teide (Tenerife - Spain)
Blue-tailed bee-eater flying with prey in twilight hour
Rio Chama River
Turtle waiting
Night view over the village of Ribeira Brava (Madeira Island)
Rush hour
AZTEC DANCER 2
Chinese-style demolition
African Jacana (actophilornis africanus)
Chinese-style demolition
Chinese-style demolition
Storm in the Emas National Park
Zebras and dust
Hello Japan!
15th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Rio Chama River

The Rio Chama River flows in Northern New Mexico, here seen along the road that leads to the Christ in the Desert Monastery. This is Georgia O'Keeffe country of multi-colored mesas and rock formations.

TAGS: New Mexico, Southwest

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Taos, New Mexico, United States of America
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Date Taken: 11.2017
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 25, 2017, 9:18 a.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Abiquiu, New Mexico, United States of America