This is the dam with flood resistance as seen here www.flickr.com/photos/liikennevalo/34818563 /
This is where the riverbed goes under Tramway Boulevard
This is where the diversion channel (arroyo) empties into the Rio Grande.
An airport for small planes/training
The three larger volcanoes on the Petroglyph National Monument.
The casino on the Sandia reservation.
The Albuquerque International Sunport
The big buildings downtown
Interchange between I-40 and I-25
Never noticed this before
Subsequent lava flows built this dome in the center of the huge crater from a prehistoric eruption.
This is the highest peak along the ridge, which is at 11,300 ft.
Should be enough, but they have at least two more tanks...
There was water running
Old-style bridge on 40 over the Patapsco River.
A bug somewhere in the Hugin tool chain.
Not sure what building this is on
Three dollars at Shell
Taxiing probably after a landing
I thought this was a car at first glance
These runways are shared by the Albuquerque International Sunport and the Kirtland Air Force Base
These are the three (one is technically a parasitic cone) larger volcanoes in the South-western part of the Petroglyph National Monument.
A stratovolcano to the West outside of Grants, NM
This crest (right) is the location of the car-accessible overlook feature in my other panorama.
It was probably moving at 55 mi/h
You can hike the riverbed when it's not Monsoon Season
Dedication to Bear Creek, I guess
Don't know why, it was there for a while.
These people pulled up after I did. The view from down there is not as spectacular because of the trees.
With the winter steam thing going on.
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