No Parking

Lettering on the fire barn

Fort Stanton Fire Department

Fort Stanton, New Mexico

Photo Friday for June 22, 2012:  “Words”

Posted June 25, 2012

Close Call

The blackened and charred area of the Little Bear fire outside of Ruidoso, New Mexico, came dangerously close to many structures.  Due to the valiant efforts of firefighters… most structures were saved… although over 250 homes were lost.  Photograph taken Sunday, June 24, 2012.

Singular Selection

In an event which happened many times during the destructive Little Bear fire outside of Ruidoso, New Mexico… one family’s home appears untouched… however the neighbors across the street lost everything.  Photograph taken Sunday, June 25, 2012.

What Once Was A Neighborhood

Smoke still lingers in the air and above the trees of a neighborhood ravaged by fire.  The 45,000 acre “Little Bear” fire destroyed 254 homes just outside of Ruidoso, New Mexico.  Photograph taken Sunday, June 24, 2012.

Friends Out For A Drive

Old Tucson Theme Park

Tucson, Arizona

WordPress Weekly Challenge: “Friendship”

Posted 08 June 2012

Tiger Swallowtail

Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly

Capitan, New Mexico

Cycles At Rest

Bicycle Rack

Tucson, Arizona

Not In Service

Fire Hydrant

Ruidoso, New Mexico