Corrales, New Mexico
The Rio Grande Bosque in Corrales, New Mexico is wild and unruly. Prickly thickets surround the Winter Trees and provide habitat for many species of animals and migratory birds.
Romero Rd. in Corrales, New Mexico
Romero Rd. is a well hidden path that requires a keen eye to locate. It's easy to miss because the sign is concealed by vegetation. This is intentional. At the east end of the road is a gateway to what is perhaps the most magical Bosque Open Space of them all. This is a popular destination for portrait photographers but the best time to be there is on an overcast day in the winter with a dusting of snow on the Sandia Mountains. A cold and poopy day when the whole place is silent save for the sound of water and birds is my slice of heaven.
There is a drainage ditch that runs parallel to the river. It too is lined with trees and the ducks like it because it gives them a place to hide and shallow water to forge for food.
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I am DeAnna Vincent, fine art and portrait photographer in Los Lunas, New Mexico. These are the photos from my everyday adventures.