Tagged: landscape

Rough Rodeo – Behind the Scenes

The NMSU Rodeo team practices on a dedicated schedule, with the Bull Riders and Bronc riders (or some call them roughies) practicing once a week. The life of a rodeo athlete can be rough, with being on the road constantly,...

Living to appreciate sound

22-year-old Austin Johnston is aspiring to go back to school to study linguistics emphasizing in sign language. Why? Aside from growing up with numerous friends who are deaf or hard of hearing, he has a rare disease known as Meniere’s...


CUMULUS LANDSCAPE Goofin’ on my roof Staring into space Guess the summer is passing Time to engage the world again Aye aye aye… I?   [satellite gallery=1 thumbs=on]

The Gila River

The Gila Wilderness is more than our first wilderness designation it is also a unique and well preserved watershed that maintains the longest stretch of unencumbered  wilderness river left in the lower 48 states. The three forks and various tributaries...

Photo of the week

Smoke from burning leaves fill the pecan orchards near Stahmann Farms south of Las Cruces, NM. The recent freeze has started the annual fall harvest for the worlds largest pecan orchard.

Photo of the week #4

October stars shine above a pecan tree near Stahmann Farms south of Las Cruces, NM. In the coming weeks Stahmann Farms will start their annual harvest which is the largest pecan orchard in the world.