The Entrance to the 4 Windows Cave. It's an Lava Tube with a ceiling height of about 60+ feet . It' get's it name from the four holes in the ceiling called windows. The cave is located in the El Malpais National Monument in New Mexico.
This Tyrannosaurus skeleton is the latest addition to the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science. The museum is located on Mountain Rd & 18th Street in Albuquerque New Mexico. The Tyrannosaurus is believed to have roamed the earth in the late Cretaceous period, roughly 65 to 85 million years ago.
Thanks Slushie, I used a Nikon D50 with a 70mm-300mm zoom lens, & a 2x Tele-converter
Thank you Sami H
I see this foto & I think that I go to USA this summer. Perfekt!!!!
Balloon Glow on St. Patricks day 2007 in Heritage park Los Lunas, New mexico USA. The park is located near the intersection of New Mexico State Road 6 and New Mexico Highway 47.
Really like that one! Hadn't had a chance to go there yet...
The Bandera Crater, located near Grants, New Mexico off of state road 53. It is a good example of a cinder cone volcano. The Bandera Crater consists of two coalesced cinder cones. The Bandera Crater eruption produced lava flows, consisting of both aa and pahoehoe lava.While walking up Bandera Crater, you have a good opportunity to view the "Chain of Craters", a set of cinder cones aligned along a zone of crustal weakness
Panoramic View from on top of the Sandstone Bluff overlook. Below is the El Malpais National Monument (the lava flow). In the distance Gallo Peak is seen. The sandstone overlook is located 10 miles south on New Mexico State Road 117.