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On the Road in New Mexico: Montezuma Hot Springs | High Road Artist
I was going to write to you about my experience of visiting the Hot Springs at Montezuma, outside of Las Vegas, NM. But I was there on a hot summer day...
New Mexico's top 10 national and state parks
New Mexico lives up to its nickname – the Land of Enchantment – with glittering deserts, vast underground caverns, gem-rich mountains and hundreds of years of human history
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Picture This Photo Contest for September 2010
Although a lot of the country may still be experiencing searing hot weather, once September rolls around, most of us gladly begin to anticipate fall and all of the abundant, ripe harvests that will come to fruition. We’re thrilled that Charles Mann, a well-known photographer from Santa Fe, is the judge for this September’s Picture This contest. Charles, who has been a freelance and stock photographer for over 16 years, specializes in imagery of gardens, horticulture, New Mexico culture and…
So, New Mexico has religion and has a lot of it, from Native American, to Pagan to Christian, proof of New Mexico’s religion is everywhere. A couple of places are of note though for their proof of the New Mexicans delight in the pursuit of religious things. Chimayo is one of the best known, Chacco Canyon is another, White Sands missile range and even Area 51 are places of high concentration of religion. Lets start with Christianity. El Santuario de Chimayo Weekly Mass: June - September…
Shiprock by Inge Johnsson
Shiprock is a monadnock rising nearly 1,583 feet above the high-desert plain on the Navajo Nation in San Juan County, New Mexico, USA. It has a peak elevation of 7,177 feet above sea level. It lies about 10.75 miles southwest of the town of Shiprock, which is named for the peak. Governed by the Navajo Nation, the formation is in the Four Corners region and plays a significant role in Navajo religion, mythology and tradition. It is located in the center of the Ancient Pueblo People or…