I don't think a discussion of Three Rivers is complete without some photos of the stunning petroglyphs there - and there are finer ones than these. I chose these photos because they reflect what I was thinking when I first responded to Ronnynil.
They were not taken solely with landscape in mind, but they do illustrate my remark about proportion. I revisited the site last week, and was reminded how much the panorama exaggerates the size of the plain, compared to the eye's perception. The highest mountain in the 10,000' range is 12,000' (Sierra Blanca), shown in the photo with the fish (on a platter???) [attachment=8889:DCP_2346_3River_2s.jpg] [attachment=8895:DCP_2399...ver_1.3s.jpg]
Sierra Blanca is large, but the plain is so large that even with a short telephoto lens, the size is difficult to grasp,
se the image below.
And of course the petroglyphs are stunning, I have an image below that shows one
My shots are open to critique too.
Drop me an E if you head this way again, Ronny.
Nice images, looks like you where farther out than I was able to get.
If I get to NM again I'll drop you an Email, I was hoping to get back to the SW next year,
but my wife and I are expecting our second child next spring, so it will probably be a while
before I can take a few weeks off to photograph on my own on the other side of the