Well, the dry spell we have had lowered the Pecos River enough so that I could ford the river and get to the high ground across the river from the farm. Here is the picture you asked for. The lower part of Earth Echo Farm is the two fields on the left in the photo. The telephoto lenses foreshortens the view. These fields are actually over 2000 feet long. Note the cattle in the river. This part of the world you have to fence other peoples cattle out; common sense would say that the owners should fence their cattle in. The river and the riparian vegetation suffer badly as a result.
Arid Lands Newsletter No. 46, Fall/Winter 1999)
The section of the farm between the two photos, which can't be seen, is about 1500 feet and includes the area where the peach trees and blackberries are planted. Photos were taken November 1st and 3rd.