Storm's Coming

© Peggy Kahan

Storm's Coming

Uploaded: January 11, 2014


This barn is one of many abandoned buildings on Vermejo Park Ranch in northern New Mexico. The history of the Park dates from a land grant in 1841. Ted Turner acquired Vermejo Park in 1996. The park is a destination for as a hunting, fishing and nature tourism. Turner sold the large cattle herd, stocked the ranges with bison and the lakes with trout and established a philosophy of land management and conservation that is self-sustaining and retains the original inhabitants and surroundings as much as possible.

Exif: F Number: 5.7, ExposureTime: 301/100000 seconds, ISO: 400, FocalLength: 24.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II


Linda L. Ruiz level-classic January 12, 2014

love this. awesome #1559266

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