Hiking the trails of the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument you sometimes encounter some local residents. This healthy coyote appeared to be on a snack stroll. #coyote#NaturePhotographyhttp://brittrunyon.com
As I sat on the porch a friend stopped by for a quick visit. As the owner of New Wave Rafting, I look like a walking billboard. lol
Bud Lite is still the King of Trash. And Anheuser Busch, now AB InBev following a 2008 merger with a Belgium-based firm, still dominates the litter market. #budlighttrash
Fishing the golden waters of the Rio Grande of New Mexico. Autumn is a special time at any location and here in the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument that’s definitely the case. A lone angler wades into the cool waters of the river, applies his fishing skills in hopes of hooking up. The golden leaves of the shoreline cottonwood trees provided the color for the reflection. With the setting sun on the water, the reflection almost out did the gold color of the turning leaves themselves.
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This Raven didn’t seem to mind the falling snow. Rio Grande del Norte National Monument, New Mexico.
A sign of that the seasons are changing in New Mexico.