Today’s post is a continuation of the photo series on Bandelier National Monument near Los Alamos, NM.
Further into the valley in Bandelier National Monument is the alcove house. It’s a large cliff dwelling that is literally 140 feet up in the air and requires climbing a series of steps and pole ladders to get to.
Tomorrow: While the cliff dwellings are some of the most-visited part of Bandelier National Monument, it’s also just a beautiful natural setting. On the way back from Alcove House, we walked through the woods along the creek. Sadly, there is still quite a lot of flood damage from 2011 but we went through at the Golden Hour, that hour before twilight when the light is just gorgeous. I’ll share some of those photos tomorrow to close out this series.
As usual, all photos (c) 2012 Mardee Brosh. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to use any of the images.