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The Los Alamos area was first settled by Ancestral Pueblo Indians, then by Hispanic homesteaders.
In the early 20th century, the Alamos Ranch was turned into the Los Alamos Ranch School for Boys,
and Fuller Lodge was built from nearly 800 massive pine logs. During World War II, the entire area
of the Pajarito Plateau was appropriated for the Manhattan Project, and the Los Alamos National
Laboratory was built to conduct research into atomic energy and develop the first atomic bomb.

The Los Alamos Area page contains images of Fuller Lodge and the area around it, including
the Demonstration Gardens and Memorial Rose Garden. It also includes images of Jemez Falls,
the East Fork of the Jemez River, and Valles Caldera in the Jemez Mountains above Los Alamos.

Click an image to open a larger version.
Use your back button to return to this page.

Images in this section are in a number of different Galleries on the Photoshelter website.
The Banner below leads to the New Mexico Scenic Collection where a Gallery can be selected.

Direct Links to the Los Alamos Area images:

Valle Grande Valles Caldera X5111-12
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In the Jemez Mountains above Los Alamos is the Valles Caldera, one of only six known
land-based Supervolcanoes (or Megacalderas, volcanoes capable of producing eruption
volumes greater than 1000 cubic kilometers, causing long-lasting changes in weather and
capable of causing large-scale species extinctions). The eruptions of the Valles Caldera
formed much of the exposed geology of the Northern New Mexico region, including the
Bandelier Tuff visible at Bandelier National Monument, the Pajarito Plateau on which
Los Alamos resides, Plaza Blanca near Abiquiu, and other areas. Valle Grande is
the largest grass valley in the 12 mile wide Valles Caldera, and has been used as
grazing land by elk for thousands of years, and by cattle and sheep more recently.

East_Fork_Trail_Jemez_River_X5118This panorama is a composite of two images. X5111 (the right side)
is available separately and is displayed at the bottom of this section.

East Fork Trail Jemez River X5118
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The trail leading to the East Fork of the Jemez River, in the Jemez Mountains below the
Valles Caldera (and above Los Alamos). The trail leads by a magnificent high country stream
flowing within a rocky canyon in dense conifer forest. Mountain Wildflowers can be seen on the trail.

East Fork Jemez River X5124
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East Fork Jemez River X5127
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The East Fork of the Jemez River originates in the Valle Grande of Valles Caldera, and
flows through the Jemez Mountains above Los Alamos, cutting through a rocky canyon
and meandering across meadows until it reaches Battleship Rock, where it joins the
San Antonio Creek to form the Jemez River, which eventually joins the Rio Grande.

East Fork Jemez River X5128
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The East Fork of the Jemez River is designated as a National Wild and Scenic River.

This exceptionally scenic section was taken in mid-morning, during my scouting
trip prior to taking a group of photographers into the area for a training session.

East Fork Jemez River X5129
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A detail shot of the area shown in the right side of the previous image.

The East Fork of the Jemez River is part of the recreation area in the Santa Fe National Forest.

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East Fork Jemez River X5266
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East Fork Jemez River X5270
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The two images above were taken during the photographic training session the next day,
a little over an hour earlier in the morning when shadows still covered half of the scene.
The interplay between shadows and light made these more challenging exposures.

East Fork Jemez River X5130
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The East Fork of the Jemez River, cutting through a meadow in the Santa Fe National Forest.

The two images below are different compositions of the scene. The image below left has the
tree line entering the image at the upper right corner and the river at the lower right corner,
rather than the river bank as shown in the image above. The image below right was taken
shooting towards the sun, and shows the scene where the river enters the meadow, past
the rock formation in the previous image set, with the river exiting the lower left corner.

East Fork Jemez River X5131
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East Fork Jemez River X5132
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Images in this section are in a number of different Galleries on the Photoshelter website.
The Banner below leads to the New Mexico Scenic Collection where a Gallery can be selected.

East Fork Jemez River X5283
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East Fork Jemez River X5286
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Three compositions of an extremely busy scene where the East Fork of the Jemez River makes a turn at the end of the meadow shown in the previous image set. These images were taken during the photographic training session.

The image above uses the turn of the river to carry the eye across the image from the lower right corner into the center of the image. It was taken a few steps further from the river than the images at left and below to place the foreground as shown without having to angle the camera down.

The image at left is a portrait treatment with the river bank carrying the eye into the scene from the lower right corner, and the image below is a similar landscape view with the opposite bank and the river carrying the eye into the scene.

East Fork Jemez River X5287
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Mushroom Rock Jemez River Trail X5133
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An interesting interplay between shadow and light makes this forest scene at Mushroom Rock on the Jemez River Trail.

East Fork Trail Jemez River X5160
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A stone bridge crosses a meander of the East Fork of the Jemez River beside a large rock on the Jemez River Trail.

Jemez River Canyon Wall X5158
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A deeply undercut section of the canyon wall beside the East Fork of the Jemez River,
cut during flood stages when torrents from storms on Valles Caldera cascade down the river.

Jemez River Canyon Wall X5256
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Jemez River Canyon Wall X5261
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Two different angles of the rocky canyon wall of the East Fork of the Jemez River,
showing the interplay of light, shadow and reflections at mid-morning on the river.

Valle Grande Valles Caldera X5111
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Valle Grande, the great grass valley in Valles Caldera in the Jemez Mountains, is one of
six known land-based Supervolcanoes and the source of the East Fork of the Jemez River,
which begins its journey as a meandering creek across the floor of the Valle Grande. This
is the image on the right side of the two shot panorama shown at the top of this section.

Images in this section are in a number of different Galleries on the Photoshelter website.
The Banner below leads to the New Mexico Scenic Collection where a Gallery can be selected.

Jemez Falls X5171

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Source: www.digital-images.net
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