Rio Embudo Ice

With winter dropping the daily temperatures, the waters of the Rio Embudo transform into it’s solid form, ice. Hiking it’s banks, I spent more time looking down at the colorful stones viewed through the water and the frozen, crystalline abstraction that floated on the surface than where I was headed.
The Rio Embudo (meaning “funnel” in Spanish) of New Mexico is a Class V+ whitewater river just South of Taos and joins the Rio Grande at a small community of the same name.

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Rio Embudo Ice of New Mexico.Click on the image below to go to my website at Pixels.com.

Photography PrintsFor some unknown reason the link to my website does not show the true colors of the image.

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About Britt Runyon

A New Mexico based free roaming outdoor digital photographer, always on the qui vive for what Nature and humans provide.
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