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1920's style aviation with 21st century technology in weight shift control light sport aircraft photodocumenting the bootheel of New Mexico. Flying 10 feet off the ground in strange places, because what can be done on the ground is more fun in the air. These low level (100' AGL)aerial photographs are part of the Bootheel Photodocumentation Project. An effort to document the landscape in this unique and sparsely settled area of the country. http://theskygypsies.blogspot.com/ and http://bloggingfromthebootheel.blogspot.com/

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Blue water on a black and white background, this view of the "Bath Tub" in South Fork Cave Creek Canyon, a well known birding area, highlights the importance of water in desert in creating and maintaining habitat for wildlife. Rain falling in the interior of the Chiricahua mountains flows out along Cave Creek Canyon to the northeast then north along the San Simon eventually reaching the Gila River which in turn flows west into the Colorado River. The Colorado River flows south to the Gulf of Mexico creating a counter clockwise spiral of life that spans the state of Arizona.

Thank you. The lighting was marginal earlier but improved as the sun rose higher.

A fork in Sulphur Canyon just below a large talus slope. Most of the recent water appears to come from the right canyon (west side.

An exercise in scale. The town of Rodeo in comparison to the valley in which it lies.

A view west from Antelope Pass in the Peloncillo Mountains of southern New Mexico, west to the Chiricahua Mountains. The distance to the southern and northern ends of the Chiricahua Mountains visible in the photograph is over 20 miles.

Thank you. The high desert of southern New Mexico is a beautiful area.

Thank you. The poppies were spectacular this spring in New Mexico.

Cool view, looks like an interesting hike.

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