The southern escarpment of the Guadalupe Mountains viewed from Salt Flat


Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in Texas, and the massive cliffs of El Capitan are on the right. Clearly, this part of the Guadalupes should have been part of New Mexico.

Image taken: 10/05/2023
by: Adam S. Read
© 2023

UTM Easting: 500916 m
UTM Northing: 3513191 m
  (Zone: 13S)

Longitude: -104.990328009
Latitude: 31.7541983213
  (WGS 84 or NAD 83)

Camera Details

SONY ILCE-7M2 FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS Exposure: 105.0 mm f/13.0 1/60 sec ISO 100.

Image posted: 10-10-2023