down by a New Mexico river this morning

 

the Red River out of northern New Mexico.

down a path I saw

down a path I saw

 

a single lonely little dandelion leftover from summertime

golden globe of wishes

golden globe of wishes

 

summer light

summer light

 

underneath the morning light rising into the valley of the Red

wishes made

wishes made

 

summer wish

summer wish

 

for peace n abundance the world over

CheyAnne

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4 Responses to “down by a New Mexico river this morning”

  1. shoreacres Says:

    Wonderful photos! The second and fourth are my favs – but I’m truly a fan of dandelions. The fourth is perhaps the most unique dandelion photo I’ve seen – the colors are great.

    So – fall is coming for you. Not for us, not quite. Another month of heat and humidity here, and then, perhaps, a cold front. We’re hoping no more hurricanes, that’s for sure. We’ve escaped in Texas, but our friends to the east have suffered.

    Hope all is well – so nice to see your post!

  2. newmexicomtngirl Says:

    Hi Linda,
    We will still get lots of heat but the colors are changing in the grasses and underbrush. It seems to myself and Len that this August was the coldest one we remember. We put jackets on in the mornings and even are thinking of starting a fire once in a while. I’ve been wanting to post but haven’t been feeling too inspired these days. Just working and trying to get the house ready for winter. Living off the grid can be lots of work and energy, but it’s all good and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
    Thank you for the wonderful compliments on my photos. This really felt like a little gem of the morning light.

  3. georgiannalane Says:

    Beautiful photos, beautiful wishes, Cheyanne. Capturing such light is like magic, isn’t it?

  4. newmexicomtngirl Says:

    Oh you are so right Georgianna. Light is The key. Thank you for visiting my blog, I feel very flattered because your work is stunning.

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