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My most disappointing trip to the Valles Caldera occurred last summer. I had just bought a panorama photography outfit and was looking for picturesque places to photograph. Naturally, my thoughts turned to the Valles Caldera preserve. As you drive down the hill from the entrance gate, there is a little knoll and an old farmhouse on the left-hand side of the road. Parking along the side of the road so as to not block traffic, I spied an overgrown gravel path to the top of the knoll that was the perfect vantage point for my panorama. Toting my kit to the top of the hill, I took my panorama pictures and then walked down to the rustic farmhouse to take some close-ups.
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