Bosque del Apache Spectacular Sunsets
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge (San Antonio, New Mexico) is known world wide as the wintering home of the sandhill crane and snow goose, where 10,000 cranes and 40,000 snow geese rest, feed and prepare for the flight north to their breeding grounds. But it is also know for spectacular sunsets, so I have been told. In my many past visits, I did not experience such sunsets. However, my last visit in December 2016, changed all that. Now, I have seen the light!
Bosque experienced three nights of vivid red and pink sunsets and stunning reflections. A wonderful opportunity for photography and videography.
A few images from my last visit to Bosque del Apache in December 2016:
But wait, there is more. Bosque is also known for some stunning sunrise reflections as shown in this video:
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ps. Check out some of my past blog posts on Bosque