Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Panorama


This is an eight-shot pano of the Trujillo Meadows Reservoir. It is of the north end of the lake. I also did a pano of the south end and will try to upload that in another post. These large files take FOREVER to upload to the blog, but at least it accepted this one. This was a glass-smooth lake when we were there and you can see the circles where the fish were jumping. No license, no fishing poles....so sad. It sure was a pretty area, though.

Hopefully, you can click on the photo and it will show more detail in a larger view....hey, I just tried it and it did enlarge it....cool!

5 comments:

Vicki Greene said...

Yes it did enlarge and I can see the little fish circles. How neat.

C Hummel Kornell a/k/a C Hummel Wilson said...

Well done! What a beautiful area. Do you know the elevation?

Tom said...

Thanks Ladies! This has been such a wonderful trip so far! Glorious weather and scenery. Tomorrow is another "day off" of dialysis and we are planning on exploring some more. Conni...the elevation was a little over 10,000 feet! We are not hiking a whole bunch!

artbyarlen said...

I am truly impressed with this travelogue. You need to write and photograph for the state of N.M. Really enjoyed the lake picture....just wanted to get out my fly rod to see if it would work again. What a wondereful trip! Keep us posted!
A

Watercolors by Susan Roper said...

Thanks, Arlen! We went to Alamosa, CO today, another day "off" of dialysis and stayed goen for ten hours! Not as many photos as our last day off, but some interesting experiences, also. Will post later...after ten hours on the road, I just want to go to bed!