Welcome to the wild, wild west! Spring break led us to Durango, Colorado where we were surprised to find snow still on the ground and the historic downtown trapped in time.
Couldn’t leave without a taste and see of the local breweries! 2 thumbs all the way up for Ska Brewery Co.
A quick stop at the Animal Shelter was our final adventure. A kitten nipped at our hearts, so we decided she was the one and renamed her Durango! After filling out the paperwork, we were told we couldn’t adopt her. Durango hates other animals…and that includes a Schnauzer by the name of Smokey that we have at home! In the end, no animals were harmed…but my kid’s heart was left a bit broken after saying our last goodbyes to Durango.
Location: Camel Rock, Santa Fe, NM
You can see it from the highway. Large rocks forming into the ship of the desert. After staring at it a while, it started to look less like a camel and more like ET. By the end of the trip we couldn’t decide. One thing for sure is it’s a must see!
According to news reports, a piece of the camel’s nose fell off years ago.
Capturing memories and discovering the outdoors.
Featuring: Soda Dam Springs and Fenton Lake State Park, located in Jemez Mountains
I recently read that New Mexico was one of the best places to photograph. I couldn’t agree more!
There’s something majestic about Cochiti Lake that stays with you long after you’ve said your goodbyes. Growing up on the East Coast surrounded by water to living in a high desert where beaches are an anomaly never made the saying felt truer-You don’t miss your water until your well runs dry.