Geraint Smith Photography, Taos, New Mexico
Photo Tour/Workshops, Fine Art Prints, Photo of the Day Archive,
with images from the American Southwest and beyond, stock images and commissions
“According to my own theory of judging quality, the best art is that in which the deepest, most intense, sublime, and occasionally alien feelings are communicated … I believe that I feel what the artist felt as he painted it, and it’s an ecstatic feeling so powerful that I’m left simultaneously breathless and teary.’’ ~ Stephen Parks
Photography Tours, and Workshops With Geraint Smith
in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado
Year-round, personal one-on-one photography tours/workshops
Geraint Smith Photography offers year-round, photo tours/workshops in a variety of locations to improve your photography skills with one on one personalized guidance. All of our photo tours/workshops are designed for photographers of all levels interested in improving their skills. If you’re looking for a hands-on guided experience to improve your photography or want to visit locations to enhance your photography portfolio, join me on a private photo tour/workshop into the valleys, canyons, and mountain villages or under the night skies of northern New Mexico and southern Colorado.
Collections of Fine Art, exhibition quality, signed, prints using archival papers and inks. Stock Images and Commissions and one to five day photo tour/workshops, located in the beautiful high desert town of Taos and, New Mexico.
Explore the places that have been the inspiration for my photography for over 35 years. Join me on a photo tour/workshop or multi-day tour/workshop in the unique landscape of northern New Mexico and southern Colorado. Experience the places, architecture and culture of this enchanting and mystical corner of the world.
The land I walked on informed my soul and uplifted my spirit; it seemed to speak to me, inviting me to be at home there; to discover there the wholeness for which my body mind and spirit, my whole being, yearned; walking that dry desert land was like wading in a stream that flowed over me and through me; the air was filled with a sense of mystery, of unlimited energy and of eternity; as I walked that land, I felt my mind set free, my heart rise, my spirit soar and like an eagle with outstretched wings I flew in and above that element which is my very life. Now I no longer walk that land, but there is, deep within my soul a nostalgia a longing to return and in recollection my spirit still travels there where I am whole again and at home within my own heart, for here I discover in myself the sacredness, of holy ground, that I knew when I walked that land and once again my spirit soars, my heart rejoices:
“Lo Lo Mai” everything is beautiful!
Howard O. Smith (my father)