What's going on, Albuquerque?
Two year anniversary of posting daily pics. Thanks to everyone for your appreciation. Dee
Thanks for two years of fascinating pictures. Particularly on those days when we've bottomed out another list, APD is notching its gun again, and the McCleskey-Martinez administration is piling on the sleaze, nothing perks me up better than another pic showing how awesome this place really is.
In spite of everything, it's a beautiful town....
Thanks for your ongoing photo display. Congrats on your 2nd anniversary. Do you have a collection on a website? or on a DCF blog? That would be great.
Thank you, I've admired your pics too. I don't have a blog link but I have an ongoing album on my FB page under Dee Cohen Bruno. You might also like Exploring New Mexico and Photos & Memories of New Mexico - both on FB. Do have have blog? D
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