I finally got around to downloading my camera. I needed to upload them onto my work's network drive to show that I actually did some "work" yesterday. I mainly wanted to shoot small diversion structures. I also wanted to check out a road that I helped to wash out a few years ago. A bunch of us water people wanted a high flow that would cause geomorphic work e.g. move sandbars, erode islands, create habitats, and erode banks. Well, we eroded one bank real good. Only one person uses that road and she hates the government (except when she lets her cows graze on federal lands for almost nothing.) So when she complained, everyone put on their sad face and said, "Gee! That's too bad!" But the Forest Service built her a new road and everything is right with the world again. Here's a nice shot of Abiquiu Reservoir in the heart of Georgia O'Keefe country.