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Embudo Canyon, Albuquerque, NM
New Mexico

This area in the foothills is very popular for walking dogs, running, and mountain biking. The only developments are a water reservoir, a diversion channel, and power lines. This was taken as the sun was setting in February when there was still some lingering snow.

Copyright: Ryan Helinski
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11988x5994
Taken: 20/02/2010
Uploaded: 20/02/2010
Updated: 03/03/2015
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