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From Lobos to Bulls

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Behind the scenes look at transforming the Pit for the PBR Ty Murray Invitational.

Southwest Snow

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A photo recap of Albuquerque’s most significant snowfall since 2006.

In search of Tijerina

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Learn how the Albuquerque Journal photo department dug through the archive for photos of Chicano activist Reies Lopez Tijerina.

Animal Photos of the Year

Animal Photos of the Year 2014

See the best animal photos taken by Albuquerque Journal staff photographers during the past year.

First light of Hanukkah

Rabbi Berel Levertov, with the Chabad Jewish Center of Santa Fe, lights the menorah on the Santa Fe Plaza to celebrate the first night of Hanukkah on Tuesday. There will be a much larger Hanukkah celebration on the plaza Sunday at 3 p.m., with entertainment, speakers and hot latkes. In Albuquerque, a menorah lighting is planned for 4 p.m. Sunday at Civic Plaza, followed by a celebration at the Convention Center. (Eddie Moore / Journal)

Rabbi Berel Levertov of the Chabad Jewish Center kindled a menorah on the Santa Fe Plaza to celebrate the first…

Birds on a limb

Crows or ravens sit on the branches of a tree covered with snow at Clines Corners, N.M., early in the winter of 2013.

Crows or ravens sit on the branches of a tree covered with snow at Clines Corners, N.M.

Spider Rock

Spider Rock is seen in Canyon de Chelly National Monument Thursday August 15, 2013. (Pat Vasquez-Cunningham/Journal)

Spider Rock is seen in Canyon de Chelly National Monument on Thursday, August 15, 2013, in northeastern Arizona inside the Navajo Nation.

Waiting for the monsoon

The early signs of summer thunderstorm season brought these clouds over the Sandias on Friday, June 14, 2013. (Roberto E. Rosales/Journal)

Waiting for the summer rains in this year of drought seems like torture, as the clouds build and the sky spits but largely seems to miss us.

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