Sunset over the Jemez Mountains

Sunset over the Jemez Mountains, from the Santa Fe National Forest above Santa Fe.

  • januaryfairy 7y

    that is breathtaking!
  • bpstorn 7y

    Great shot, Jason.
  • wildearth_guardians 7y

    I love your photo and I was hoping you might be interested in submitting it to our photo contest helping to win protection for New Mexico's cleanest waters and wild forests.

    I work for an environmental non profit in Santa Fe, NM ( and as part of our effort to protect New Mexico's special places from oil and gas, mining, logging, etc., we've partnered with REI to sponsor a photo contest.

    We're collecting photos like this one, with provocative captions and testimonials explaining how you felt, why the photo/place was important, and why it's worth protecting. In order to demonstrate broad use and appeal for protection, we'll be submitting your photos and captions to the formal hearings where the fate of New Mexico's cleanest waters will be decided this January.

    It's important that voices beyond special interests get heard concerning decisions made on our public lands. This is one creative and visually compelling way to do that!

    So, if you wouldn't mind taking a little action and saving the world, it would be great if you would submit this photo (and any others you or friends might have!) to Not only are you helping to protect the environment, you also have the chance to win huge prizes from REI (like full camping outfitting). My contact info is on the web page if you have any other questions.

    Thanks, in advance, for all that you do in making this world a better place.


    p.s. there's no limit to how many photos you can submit :)
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Taken on May 11, 2008
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