Spent Friday with guests from Denver. Along with Walter White’s house (not pictured) we visited Albuquerque’s sites. Photos below taken at Petroglyph National Monument, the Rio Grande at Alameda Bridge, and the top of the Sandia Peak Tramway. Click for gallery of larger versions and full captions.
The 700 or so year-old glyphs mark the rocks at Boca Negra Canyon, Petroglyph National Monument.
The Sandia Mountains across Albuquerque’s north side from Petroglyph National Monument.
Watching the Rio flow, from right to left just above the Alameda Bridge.
Winter reveals the Gothic structure of the cottonwoods in the Bosque just above Alameda Bridge.
Sunset from a very cold and very, very windy 10,378 feet.
Looking down the other side of the Sandias from the Sandia Peak Tramway station.
A crescent Moon and the cables that guide — and hold! — the tram cars and their 50 passengers.