Fine Art Images from the American Southwest

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

Customized one on one Photography Tour/Workshops

Signed, unframed, exhibition quality prints.

Photography of the American Southwest.

Personalized and Customized Workshops

View images in the Photo of the Day Archives

Join me here in New Mexico and southern Colorado

I’m booking dates from now through the rest of the year and beyond. I look forward to introducing you to some of my favorite locations in this area.

It’s spring and temperatures are starting to warm up with signs of the season beginning to show. Adobe architecture, blue skies with snow-capped peaks in pristine light make for stunning images. The night skies are crystal clear. The moon, constellations, galaxies and milky way light up the night sky like few other places on earth. Join me on a photo tour or private workshop into the landscape 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.

Over the years I have donated many images to non profits and charities here in New Mexico and around the world. If you are a non profit, a charity, or an individual with a cause and you would like me to consider supporting with a donation of images to augment your work, please email me or call 505-501-4880. Thank you for visiting.
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Raptors of New Mexico - Purchase through University of New Mexico Press

“The old people came literally to love the soil and they sat or reclined on the ground with a feeling of being close to a mothering power. It was good for the skin to touch the earth and the old people liked to remove their moccasins and walk with bare feet on the sacred earth. Their tipis were built upon the earth and their altars were made of earth. The birds that flew into the air came to rest upon the earth and it was the final abiding place of all things that lived and grew. The soil was soothing, strengthening, cleansing and healing.”
Luther Standing Bear, Oglala Lakota