Fly-Fishing in the Jemez

Mitchell Tillison

Albuquerque, United States

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In the New Mexico lowlands there are great stretches of arid landscape that can support only cacti and the hardiest succulents and grasses. But add an above-ground water source and you’ll find a riotous entanglement of Screwbean Mesquite, New Mexico Olive, Desert Hackberry, Mexican Elder, and myriad other understory trees and shrubs. Towering over all will likely be a double-lined canopy of majestic cottonwoods. Besides being the keystone plant for an amazingly diverse habitat, these iconic trees also put on a vivid coat of yellow and gold in the fall, providing a unique and beautiful backdrop that contrasts magnificently with the subtle desert palette that is more commonly seen here.

Pentax K20D, 3-shot HDR, variable shutter speeds @ F8, ISO 100, 110mm.

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