Camel Rock is an unusual eroded rock formation north of Santa Fe, New Mexico, in the desert just west of US highway 84/85 near the community of Pojoaque, on the Tesuque Pueblo. A well-known landmark, it resembles a huge reclining camel. Its image is on the official crest for the Tesuque Pueblo. ____________________________Gary Holmes, photographer: I am an opportunist photographer of nature, landscapes, abstract, and other found objects of interest. I prefer to capture the spontaneity of things and events as they are occurring, and rarely photograph staged subjects other than portraits. Although I have been a photographer for decades, I have only been posting them for others to see since about September 2012. As a result, I have now successfully sold several of my works. As time permits, I will continue to steadily post more of my best works on FAA every week. Please revisit my sites periodically.