Santa Fe architectural detail. When on the town in Santa Fe, New Mexico, it’s not to difficult to find more than enough scenes to fill a camera’s memory card. In fact there are some wonderful details around every corner. Discerning which images to work with is another matter. In this case, I liked the simplicity of the composition, and discarded other, more cluttered and somewhat contrived variations. This image actually turned out to be one of the first couple of frames I made. Sometimes first impressions are the best. Thanks for looking. G
The Rio Grande Gorge, Taos, New Mexico. Here is a cell phone image, of this view from the high bridge, US Route 64, over the Rio Grande Gorge. A fitting end to a photo tour today. Thanks for looking. G
Boards with shadows abstract, sans explanation, save to say the smoke from a fire west of Taos, diluting any opportunity for a gorgeous sunset this evening, found me going through the archive again. When I threw the virtual dart at the kb’s on the 2004 hard drive this image popped up! Thanks for looking. G
Bricks and Shadows “… but we decide which is right and which is an illusion”
San Felipe de Neri Church. I love finding views that I haven’t seen before like these balcony shadows at the Catholic Church on Albuquerque Old Town Plaza.
San Luis, Colorado, Shady Nook Cafe. Not that the cafe is named “shady nook’ rather it’s a cafe with a shady nook to enjoy a morning coffee. On the road this week for a five day photo tour of southern Colorado and eastern New Mexico. Thanks for looking. G
Taos Mountain cloud, sage and my shadow. I do like to include my self sometimes, not only for scale or because I’m in the way of the setting sun, but to remind myself how it felt standing there being a part of it all. Thanks for looking. G
Morning Pigeon, trucking along in the shadows at the Palace of the Governors on Santa Fe Plaza, brought to mind piano keys and I could almost hear it playing music playing.