Pasa por Aquí | columns by Gabriel Meléndez
“Lumbre salvaje.” Fire cresting in trees, Monte Aplanado.
Las lumbres del 2022 en el norte de Nuevo México
Thu, Jun 30, 2022, 2:41pm | By Gabriel Meléndez
1. In late summer, clouds thicken quickly on the ridgeline of the sierra, and the distant rumble of their thunder echoes endlessly in the mountain canyons and in the tall stands of spruce...
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