Last Friday evening a huge storm blew through the Rio Grande valley of central New Mexico. It brought much-needed rain -- and not-needed high wind and hail -- to our drought-stricken area.
In some parts of Albuquerque there were many uprooted trees and downed power lines; in our neighborhood (having few trees), just a lot of water erosion, some of which was significant. (Though not anything like what western North Carolina got about the same time.)
|These irrigation pipes are supposed to be buried.|
But in the aftermath, the flowing water also left beautiful patterns. Here are some examples:
Some are even more interesting in black-and-white:
But all are, in their own way, beautiful . . .
You can see these images (and more) in a larger size at my photography website, Todos Juntos Photography, by clicking here.
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