I took an amazing walk in the Corrales Bosque yesterday afternoon. The cirrus clouds in the sky were breathtaking, especially when they framed the Sandias. There were Sandhill Cranes and Canada Geese flying above. Several of the trees stood out looking like they’d been there for over a hundred years.
In the evening I took a walk in Los Poblanos Open Space Fields. I was treated to a pink cotton candy sky. At the end of my walk as I faced west I saw the crescent moon high above the horizon. The view looked like a painting.
If you can't visit Bosque del Apache this week, I recommend a journey to Rio Grande Blvd. north of Anderson Vineyard, where you'll see hundreds of cranes feeding.