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So beautiful, so cold

The sun sets behind the stormy backdrop of the Sangre de Cristo range. Click on the photo for a larger view.

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4 Responses to “So beautiful, so cold”

  1. Granny Fran Says:

    What a lovely blog, both visual and written word. I found you by happenstance while Googling Cece Sanders, a wildlife rehabber in Wetmore. As a lover of donkeys from afar, I enjoy what you write about your riding and pack racing. Your photos of the Sangres and the Valley are spectacular. We are so fortunate to live in such a gorgeous part of the world.

  2. Hal Walter Says:

    Thank you. Always glad to hear when people enjoy the site. When I lived in Wetmore in the 1980s I often ran past Cece’s place. It was not unusual to see something out of the ordinary around there, like an elk hanging out with the resident band of rescued deer, or a stray chukar partridge.

  3. Peter Stuart Says:

    Hello,
    I am a student and have been looking for a photo to use in a paper I am writing, to illustrate feeding hay during cold weather. Your photo of ‘cold cows’ would be suitable. I am writing to ask your permission to use just this one photo. If you would prefer me not to use it, just say so.
    Regards,
    Peter

    • Hal Walter Says:

      Peter, if you give me a credit and include my site address — Photo by Hal Walter/www.hardscrabbletimes.com — you may use the photo.

      Thanks for requesting permission.

      Hal

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