Long Flight Home

Cranes and Wild Fowl Flying Over Flog covered Rio Grande River

ANMPAS Award for People Choice  2013

3rd Place ABQ  Art Magazine

Evangeline Chavez 2011

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~ by Evangeline Art Photography on August 2, 2013.

30 Responses to “Long Flight Home”

  1. Can you tell us more about this? I’d care to find out some additional information.

    • It was taken at the Bobbie Fisher bridge going toward Belen, New Mexico.
      Early morning captured the fog, and morning colors over the Rio Grande River. The Snow Cranes were flying overhead , perhaps toward the Bosque de Apache Refuge .
      Hope this helped with the information.

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  12. This is a lovely landscape, and the birds are a great addition: good for you.

    (Coincidentally, my wife is Evangeline Diaz.)

    Steve Schwartzman
    http://portraitsofwildflowers.wordpress.com

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  16. Just had to come over for this one – the thick and thin lines of cranes, the color, the light, the subtlety of atmosphere for New Mexico – all of these things together in a great composition document a place with meaning.

    You are very good photographer!

  17. The fog covered Rio Grande and the tree line with the wild fowl was a photo opportunity as I crossed the bridge near Isleta Pueblo.
    Thank you featuring the photo on your blog

  18. Absolutely gorgeous!

  19. This is one tremendous photograph, the tree line and the wild birds over the Rio Grande. Really, really nice. I am going to feature it on my blog right now!

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