Saturday, March 27, 2010

Camera Critters-Camel Rock

Camel Rock is off Highway 84/285 between Santa Fe and Espanola on Tesuque Reservation land, named because of its resemblance to a resting camel. It is a naturally eroded and unique rock formation (among many in this wonderful state) that has given pleasure to tourists and natives alike.

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15 comments:

  1. It couldn't be anything other than a camel, could it? Wonderful!

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  2. What an incredible landscape, this is heaven for a photographer!

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  3. After more centuries of erosion, this might turn into giraffe rock.

    I was very ingterested in your Georgia O'Keefe post the other day.

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  4. It does look very much camel like!

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  5. Excellent photo...I've seen this, and enjoy the landscape immensely.

    Here's MINE --White Winged Dove sittin' in a tree C O O I N G!!
    [scroll down a bit in my Saturday post]

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  6. PS...thanks for informing me on my link error. I corrected it before I went any further with my C C visiting!!!

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  7. I LOVE camel rock. I lived in NM before the fence went up around the camel. Thanks for the memories!

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  8. great shot! very cool looking rock!!

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  9. What can I say! Absolutely breathtaking! Great shot, Kate.

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  10. What a great "camera critter"!

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  11. Erosion is a true artist! Just look at this! It reminds me the also amazing formations at the Capadoccia Desert in Turkey, which is out of this world. Great shots, Kate!

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  12. A good laugh is a sunshine in а house.

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