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Winter View From the Top of Tesuque Peak

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Image taken: 03/02/2014
by: Doug Bland

Longitude: -105.781685
Latitude: 35.78503
  (WGS 84 or NAD 83)

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View from near the top of Tesuque Peak in the the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The ring around the sun is formed from the refraction of light by ice crystals in the upper atmosphere.


Tesuque Peak is accessible via the Aspen Vista trail and is near the Santa Fe Ski Area.  This trail is popular for cross-country skiing in winter and for hiking in other seasons, particularly in the fall when the aspen trees are changing color.

Image posted: 02-15-2021

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