Photo :: Three young trees (Encino, NM)

Three small tree saplings at a rest stop on New Mexico.
CREDIT: Courtenay Bluebird

I’ve been in Northern New Mexico twice in two years. When we went through this last time, my mother decided ahead of our trip that we would spend a couple of days in Santa Fe both going and coming back from Southern Colorado. I was so grateful she did; I love Northern New Mexico. It’s the sky that just kills me: It’s always blue and full of strange clouds and unreal light. A sky like that gratifies my eye yet makes me feel human, small. It’s good to feel that vastness in your bones. Personally, I find it freeing.

9 thoughts on “Photo :: Three young trees (Encino, NM)”

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