Petroglyphs, Albuquerque, New Mexico
The Petroglyph National Monument is a park running for 17 miles along the west mesa outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico. It features numerous natural resources including volcanoes, archeological sites and an estimated 24,000 carved images. Many of the images are recognizable as animals, people, brands and crosses; others are more complex. These images are inseparable from the cultural landscape, the spirits of the pueblo people who created and who appreciate them. Some areas of the park are…
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Hard Boiled Wonderland: New Mexico's Bisti Egg Garden - WebEcoist
The Bisti Egg Garden is an unusual, atypical and accessible rock formation located in the Bisti Wilderness Area near Farmington, New Mexico. Though other famous rock formations have achieved fame for their size and scenic beauty, the Bisti Egg Garden proves that even in geology, good things come in small packages.
New Mexico Petroglyph; Spirits in Stone
Austin Photographer John R. Rogers shot this photograph. Check out the website JohnRRogers.com for more information & please make a comment . Somewhere between 300 & 700 years ago the local and or migrating Native Americans (Pueblo, Apache & Navajo) created these petroglyph's by pecking or striking a stone against these rocks to knock a small bit of the darker surface off the basalt boulder revealing the lighter basalt beneath. These are in the Petroglyph National Monument in New Mexico…
Visit the Catwalk in Southern New Mexico - Traveling GypsyRN
Hello everyone! I know it’s been a long time, but a series of unfortunate events have kept me from writing these last several months….specifically the fact that my computer crashed in August. (The whole “I had a baby” thing didn’t help either!) However, I have recently joined the 21st century by getting a smartphone, so here we are!! Today’s post is about a lesser known place in Southern New Mexico called “The Catwalk” (near an equally lesser known town called Glenwood.) The Catwalk is about…
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This Canyon Catwalk in New Mexico Will Take You Someplace Unforgettable
Gain a unique perspective on Whitewater Canyon in Gila National Forest by hiking the Catwalk Trail this summer.