Dust On The Lens's Natural Beauty Posts

Tres Ritos, located in the heart of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains through NM-518, is THE place to fish and camp. Fishing (mostly trout) is good in several…

Located in the northwest corner of New Mexico near Farmington, the San Juan River is world renowned for providing some of the most rewarding trout fishing you…

The Navajo River (Jicarilla Apache: Lóolahó) is a 54-mile-long tributary of the San Juan River. It flows from a source in the South San Juan Wilderness of…

Stone Lake, located 18 miles south of Dulce, has a history of producing huge rainbow trout, up to 10 pounds. Stone Lake is managed as a trophy fishery by the…

The Rio Chama river originates in south central Colorado, just above the New Mexico border in the San Juan Mountains and Rio Grande National Forest. The main…

According to Geoffrey M. Standing Bear, Principal Chief of the Osage Nation, Native Americans believe that the eagle is closer to God than humans are. …

A hoodoo (also called a tent rock, fairy chimney or earth pyramid) is a tall, thin spire of rock that protrudes from the bottom of an arid drainage basin or…

The horno (Spanish for oven) was initially used in Europe, then gradually introduced to other Latin countries in South America. It eventually found its way to…

Getting these photos took some serious effort, both personal and physical. The watefall you'll see is known in local vernacular as Bridal Falls. The problem? No…

Tsankawi (now considered part of Bandalier National Monument) is an ancestral pueblo village, which was occupied during the 1100s-1500s. The pueblo people…
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