Month: February 2017
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe. A church in this wonderful location in Ocate, New Mexico where the Rockies meet the plains on the eastern slopes of the Sangre de Cristo mountains.
For the fun of it! A Chihuahua dog owning the neighborhood. I see him numerous mornings on the drive to work. Initially he barks at the car and stands his ground. When he has my attention he bolts off. In this image he is cruising in front of the Fire Department (he lives across the street) in Arroyo Hondo. Go Dog Go!
The Cellarium at Fountains Abbey, Yorkshire in the north of England. Flash back to October, 2013. “Fountains Abbey near Ripon, was founded in 1132 by 13 Benedictine Monks. It became one of the largest, richest and the most influential Cistercian abbeys in Britain.” Read more here on the BBC
Here’s another view of the “Cellarium”
Big sky big sunset sky over the homestead and most of northern New Mexico yesterday evening…. and to think it’s all out the back door. Most of what I photograph is in my own back yard or in the vicinity there of. Thanks for looking. G
Lenticular Clouds. I made plenty of images of this scene yesterday evening from the garden. I liked the spectacular reds, oranges and yellows of course. However, I actually prefer this exposure after the sun went down, when the light levels were much lower, and the colors more subtle with soft lavender hues. Here’s and image I made on January 22nd 2015 in Pojoaque, NM