Red Rock Cliffs

a photograph by Sonja Bingen, our daughter

Note: Ethel and I live in a beautiful place. Red rock cliffs can be seen from our house and are spectacular, looking down from the Zuni Mountains while walking the road to isolated ranches Ethel walks most days. Sonja and William visited us during Spring break two years ago now, and this is one of the photographs of the red rock cliffs she took.

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14 responses to “Red Rock Cliffs

  1. sandy

    I could get used to seeing those red rocks everyday.

  2. We live in New England, where the falls are beautiful, but visit the southwest for the scenery frequently …. thanks for posting this photo.

  3. Hi Thomas,

    You are very fortunate to live in such a lovely part of the world

    And this photograph is wonderful – I feel as though if I touch it I will actually be touching the real thing!

    Christine

  4. All the subtle nuances of red with striations showing are brought out in this interesting picture which contrasts the delicate and the strength of rock. Thank you for sharing.

  5. How blessed to live with such a view!!

  6. Caddo Veil

    What a glorious blue sky in contrast to the red rock!! Wow! Thinking of you all with love and prayers today–God bless you abundantly. Caddo

  7. These photos are absolutely breath taking!

  8. That’s a beautiful view you have!

  9. Stunning! How wonderful to live in such colorful country with all those gorgeous earth-tones!

  10. Oona Hays

    I live in Seattle and often I miss the stark, earthy redness and the blue sky. Beautiful composition too.

  11. The way Sonja photographed these cliffs, they seem to breath and live and join us in our walk! Incredible. I have walked many times among similar cliffs, but never quite perceived them as so very much alive!

  12. Julie Catherine

    Absolutely beautiful! 🙂

  13. Anna Mark

    It’s wonderful to get a glimpse of the landscape in your back yard and to imagine the way it has shaped who you are and what you write. There are so many different landscapes to experience in life!

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