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From coast to coast through deserts and more ...

Southwest USA Winter 2005


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Greetings , Hajo
 

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Meanwhile its time to say adios ...

Hi Kids ! Und ich bin übrigens Hugo "The IceHen" E.
und habe auch noch meinen Senf dazugegeben.



Hugo's bisherige Seiten:

H1.  H2.  H3.  H4.  H5.  H6.  H7.




Here comes the gallery. Click on the thumb pictures to see more:

THE LATEST ADDITIONS:

Frozen country
 FRA to LAX
(1. 2005-02-22, CA)



No tourists, no film crews
 Santa Monica pier
(2. 2005-02-22, CA)



Early morning beach

 Season has not yet started
(3. 2005-02-23, CA)

 

A nice companion 
... and a greedy one
(4. 2005-02-23, CA)



"Neopren surf" 
but it looks quite hot :-)
(5. 2005-02-23, CA)



A very special hotel
It will never leave the port anymore
(6. 2005-02-24, CA)

Summer residences
Typically more than $ 2 Mio required :-(
(7. 2005-02-24, CA)



Downtown San Diego
Classic meets modern
(8. 2005-02-24, CA)



Port of San Diego
There is a boat for every taste or need
(9. 2005-02-24, CA)



Colors
Some are more often seen than others
(10. 2005-02-25, CA)



The coast - Adios !
Heading for the mountains
(11. 2005-02-25, CA)



Fire works
When hot summers take their toll
(12. 2005-02-26, CA)

Up to the sierra
Good to be here in February :-)
(13. 2005-02-26, CA)

Anza Borrego Desert
El Dorado of Cactus
(14. 2005-02-26, CA)

Energized
Wind farm near Palm Springs
(15. 2005-02-26, CA)

Joshua Tree National Park
The 'monster yuccas'
(16. 2005-02-27, CA)

Climbers
All ages, grades of experience ...
(17. 2005-02-27, CA)



Central desert road
Looking to the left and right
(18. 2005-02-28, CA)

Lake Havasu
Sunset
(19. 2005-02-28, AZ)

Grand Canyon , pt I
South rim
(20. 2005-02-28, AZ)

Grand Canyon , pt II
Below south rim before sunset
(21. 2005-03-01, AZ)



Navajo territory
Wide and dry
(22. 2005-03-01, AZ)



Flagstaff
Accomodations galore & more
(23. 2005-03-02, AZ)



Flowering desert
Its not the usual case
(24. 2005-03-02, AZ)



Historic Tucson
Cathedral and San Xavier del Bac
(25. 2005-03-02, AZ)



More than 2.000 years ago
Living in Montezuma's castle
(26. 2005-03-03, AZ)



Land of the cactus
Seen in every western film
(27. 2005-03-03, AZ)



Cochise County
Wide land close to Mexican border
(28. 2005-03-03, AZ)

Copper @ Bisbee
120 years ago one of the richest cities
(29. 2005-03-03, AZ)



Take a train ?
... but these are for freight only
(30. 2005-03-04, AZ)



To New Mexico
through Apache battlegrounds
(31. 2005-03-04, AZ)



The kings of highway
All similar but each individual
(32. 2005-03-04, all)



Silver City
sleepy mining town up in the NM mountains
(33. 2005-03-04, NM)



Painter in the desert
Plenty of time ...
(34. 2005-03-05, NM)



White Sands
There is no ocean neither snow
(35. 2005-03-05, NM)



Missile Range @ White Sands
More than 50 years into rockets and missiles
(36. 2005-03-05, NM)



Sierra Blanca Peak
Highest point around
(37. 2005-03-05, NM)



Nothing seen at Roswell ?
Nothing - but busines is still running ...
(38. 2005-03-06, NM)



Way into the dark

Entering Carlsbad Caverns
(39. 2005-03-06, NM)



The "Big Room"
deep down in the caverns
(40. 2005-03-06, NM)



Guadelupe Mountains
... facing changing weathers
(41. 2005-03-07, NM/TX)



Star seekers
McDonald Observatory, Univ. of Texas
(42. 2005-03-07, TX)



Towards the Texas alps
... on a beautiful day
(43. 2005-03-07, TX)



What happened to Winnitatsch ?
or was is Winnetou ... or Winniepooh ?
(44. 2005-03-08, NM/TX)



Ft. Davis to Alpine
on Sunday Afternoon
(45. 2005-03-08, TX)



The Big Bend NP Arena
bended by the Rio Grande
(46. 2005-03-09, TX)



Sunset on Pecos Plains
100 miles to next town
(47. 2005-03-09, TX)



Oil and gas drillings
... around New Mexico and Texas
(48. 2005-03-10, NM/TX)



Corpus Christi
at the Gulf of Mexico
(49. 2005-03-10, TX)



USS Lexington
operating 1943 to 1991
(50. 2005-03-10, TX)



Aransas Port
reached by a four lanes ferry line
(51. 2005-03-10, TX)



A day at the beaches
sun, wind & waters
(52. 2005-03-12, TX)



Seafood galore
directly from the boats
(53. 2005-03-12, TX)



The gulf of oil
off-shore activities
(54. 2005-03-12, TX)



Avenue of refineries
dozens of miles
(55. 2005-03-13, TX)



Emergency take-off
without any food :-(
(56. 2005-03-13, TX)



Not only horses ...
What's up with cattle and horses ;-) ?
(57. 2005-03-13, TX)



The fast food lane
Reduce it to the min :-)
(58. 2005-03-14, all over)



San Antonio downtown
No scyscrapers at all
(59. 2005-03-14, TX)



Core part of Texas history
The Alamo
(60. 2005-03-14, TX)



Famous River Walk
Romantic San Antonio - sometimes unforgettable
(61. 2005-03-14, TX)



Business lows
music is playing in minor tunes
(62. 2005-03-15, TX, NM)



German roots
They settled 150 years ago
(63. 2005-03-15, TX)



Austin
main axis downtown
(64. 2005-03-15, TX)



The Capitol
open to visitors
(65. 2005-03-16, TX)



Sunday rally
protest for or against what ?
(66. 2005-03-16, TX)



Rodeo season ahead
its all about horses and cattle
(67. 2005-03-16, TX)



Dallas / Ft. Worth
Money makes the world go
(68. 2005-03-18, TX)



Changing shopping traditions
always the same fun
(69. 2005-03-18, TX)



Seeing through mirrors
made of glass, concrete and steel
(70. 2005-03-18, TX)



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