Ground Zero
Touring Trinity Site, where the atomic age began

The Coming Water Wars
Tensions between Mexican farmers and Mennonite colonies

Travels with DE
Celebrating with "postcards from the edge."

Outlaw Desert Plants
Invasive species are reshaping the desert

Columns and Departments

Editor's Note
Desert Diary
100 Hikes
Southwest Gardener
Henry Lightcap's Journal
The Starry Dome
Talking Horses
Ramblin' Outdoors
Guides to Go
Continental Divide

Special Sections

40 Days & 40 Nights
The To-Do List

Red or Green
¡Viva La Mexicana!
Dining Guide
Table Talk

Arts Exposure
Arts Scene
Clay Times Three
Gallery Guide

Body, Mind
& Spirit

Bike Bonanza

About the cover

Postcards from the Edge

Travels with DE


As we celebrate our first decade owning and publishing Desert Exposure (see Editor's Notebook), we want to say thank you to our readers — many of whom have shown their affection for "the biggest little paper in the Southwest" by taking a copy with them on vacation for a photo. On this issue's cover and these pages we proudly re-present all the pictures our readers have sent posing with Desert Exposure. They represent every continent, including Antarctica, and states from Alaska to Florida. Readers have taken their favorite publication to the Great Wall of China, Machu Picchu and Stonehenge.


We start our second decade of "postcards" in this month's Desert Diary. If you're going places yourself, get in on the fun by sending your photo to diary@desertexposure.com or PO Box 191, Silver City, NM 88062.


This month's cover features a generous serving of previous postcards. See "About the Cover" to put names with all the smiling faces. The print edition features another two pages' worth.


Online visitors can view all our readers' "Postcards" in context with original captions using these links (use your [BACK] button to come home from the edge):




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