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Three more images of the moon setting yesterday morning here beside the Gila River in southwestern New Mexico: I shot the first one before the rising sun hit the trees. In the next two, at a different location, the sun illuminates the cottonwoods and sycamore (still holding its rusty leaves). That third shot includes a Mallard. Here’s the full moon setting the day before, on January 4, with just enough light on the trees.




  1. Julia Roberts says:

    Oh, come on, Bryan! — Is that mallard on the payroll?

  2. ann creaven says:

    the moon here is hiding behind windswept snow and cold… good to see it in N.M. color

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