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South Mountain by night. Santa Fe lights in the back ground.
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Just messing around with my new lens. Albuquerque lights over the Peak.
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Love the desert nights.
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Looking towards downtown Albuquerque, NM on a clear, but cool morning.
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It was a great weekend here in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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10/8/17
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Having this historical bridge in my backyard, well close, allows ample opportunity for photographs and therein lies the problem. Thanks for looking.
Having this historical bridge in my backyard, well close, allows ample opportunity for photographs and therein lies the problem. Thanks for looking.

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Hotel Clovis originally opened on October 20, 1931. It originally served as a hotel. When it was built, at 119 feet (36 m) and 10 stories high it was the tallest building between Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Dallas, Texas. Hotel Clovis was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
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10/3/17
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Main Street, Clovis NM (red brick)
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The State Theater, Main Street Clovis NM.
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