Birds in flight over the Rio Grande in winter.
The sky turns brilliant shades of pink and purple during sunset.
A view from atop the Sandia Peak Aerial Tram near the 10,378-foot summit of the Sandia Mountains.
A view of the Sandia Mountains from the ceremonial kiva at Coronado State Monument just north of Albuquerque.
Ducks make their home along the Rio Grande.
The Rio Grande meanders past the Sandia mountains.
The downtown skyline set against the Sandia mountains.
A winter sunset splashes across the snow-dusted Sandia Mountains that mark Albuquerque's eastern border.
The ride on the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway is a spectacular journey to Sandia Peak.
At Petroglyph National Monument you'll find thousands of rock etchings like these. The one on the left depicts a hummingbird.
Wildflowers flourish in the mountains and foothills of Albuquerque.
Chile ristras and wooden ladders against an adobe wall.
The Rio Grande and the Sandia Mountains at dusk.
Acoma Pueblo, one hour west of Albuquerque, is famous for elaborately painted pottery.
Chile ristras mark the harvest season in New Mexico.
An amazing late summer field of sunflowers just west of Albuquerque.
The sky seems bigger here.
The cottonwood trees that line the Rio Grande turn golden in the fall.
Sunrise over downtown Albuquerque.
Wildflowers sprout in the foothills of the Sandias.