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Most of the touring will be done from a warm vehicle and the hotels are warm. At the photography sites, however, particularly around dusk and dawn, the temperatures are very chilly so extra layers of clothing, including thermal underwear, are essential. For bird photography at Bosque del Apache and elsewhere, if you use a DSLR for wildlife photography, either one or more prime telephoto lenses, with or without converters, covering the range from mm up to mm or more would be ideal. A mm or mm zoom, with or without a 1.
For landscape and other images, a wide angle option in the mm range, plus something around mm would be good. Alternatively, you can get great results in New Mexico using a high quality digital bridge camera with an optical zoom of x or more and a decent wide-angle setting at the other end of the zoom. If you have any queries about suitable equipment for the tour, please contact us. Wild Images Inclusions: Our tour prices include surface transportation, accommodations, meals and entrance fees. If you are travelling alone, the single supplement will not apply if you are willing to share a room and there is a room-mate of the same sex available.
A rrival into Albuquerque for participants joining our New Mexico wildlife and landscape photography tour. Overnight in Albuquerque. Providing the weather is fine this morning, we will visit the spectacular Sandia Crest overlooking the city and its surroundings, as well as the Rio Grande Nature Center State Park, before we travel southwards to Socorro for a 6 nights stay.
We will make our first visit to Bosque Del Apache this afternoon. We will then return to Bosque Del Apache for sunset.
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Drive back to Socorro and visit the New Mexico Institute for Mining and Technology to photograph some beautiful American Wigeon and anything else of interest. Lunch will be at a Mexican restaurant in Socorro before we have a rest stop at the hotel.
Morning visit to Water Canyon in the Magdalena Mountains snow conditions permitting. Lunch in Socorro and a rest stop at the hotel before visiting Bosque de Apache again for late afternoon and sunset.
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Dawn at Bosque del Apache before a morning drive to Alamagordo, where we will stay overnight. Spend the afternoon at White Sands National Monument until sunset. Morning photography session at White Sands, followed by the drive back to Socorro for an overnight stay. We should be able to enjoy a last sunset session at Bosque del Apache. This morning we will drive back to Albuquerque airport, where our New Mexico wildlife and landscape photography tour comes to an end. Studebaker Image by Inger Vandyke. Sunset over the Chupaderas Image by Inger Vandyke. Red skies at night Image by Inger Vandyke.
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We adopt many habits as we age and our informed choice of foods might be as important as the roads we choose to achieve fitness, both mentally and physically. On this journey, I have sampled the local chilies much more than I have in the past. Always ask which is hotter, red or green, or order Christmas, which is both. This way, hopefully there are no surprises….
On the road trip portion of this adventure down to Tucson, we stopped in Hatch, the chile capital of New Mexico. Upon exiting the highway, colorful roadside stands, adorned with the spicy local bounty, added a carnival atmosphere to the otherwise dusty landscape. I have always been an avid walker.
I had trouble remembering the street name of a great short cut to the downtown area. Arroyo de Tenario, a winding, dusty, dirt lane, became Ten Oreos. It became symbolic for me as a representation of the many exotically named, picturesque roads I walked and explored, camera in hand. Bandelier National Monument was the home of Ancestral Pueblo people who built their dwellings into the sides of volcanic stone cliffs.
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They lived here, in Frijoles Canyon for about years until dispersing around These people grew the Three Sisters and hunted deer, rabbit and squirrel. They raised domesticated turkeys and there is evidence that they used dogs for hunting and companionship. Severe draught is believed to have contributed to the demise of this settlement. We arrived at the magic hour, only encountering a few visitors, and wandered through the formations and down the arroyo. I pulled to the side of the pock marked road several times, allowing me to quickly jump out of our car to photograph the dramatic landscape.
It was very dark as we approached our exit. I missed it. The short rail line down to Albuquerque has injected new life to Guadelupe Street. Thirty years ago on our first visit, there was not much going on here apart from a few restaurants and some shops.
This is now arguably the hippest part of the City Different. With the smell of roasting chilies filling the air, the Saturday morning people watching was an added bonus to the attractive produce and fresh baked goods.
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I got to know several of the artisans who displayed their skills under their white tents and was greeted warmly each week. There was an amazing knife maker whose table was always a source of interest. Not only was he originally from Queens, he competed on Forged in Fire and informed us that it is filmed in Williamsburg, Brooklyn! On an old upright, an energetic piano player that I had met at the El Farol Blues Jam entertained the crowd. The Railyard District was a nice walk from our house which allowed for many visits to the incomparable Sage Bake Shop.