Friday, June 17, 2011
If there's one thing you can count on in Albuquerque, it is the unpredictability of the weather. Spring not only shepherds warmer, longer days and relief from bitter winters; but also wild weather fluctuations. It is also not entirely uncommon for the mid-year snow storm to blow into town, and turn things upside down. This climactic curiosity came about in mid May, when a snow storm rolled over the Sandia Mountains and left a decent dusting of fresh snow. Luckily, I was caught in the middle of it, and was able to experience a high-desert snow storm in the throws of Spring. Photographs taken with Minolta XE-7 on FujiPro 800z film.