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Dancing Kachinas, Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park in Arizona. Ferreting through my hard drives to illustrate a story, I came across this image I made in the gift shop at “The View Hotel” on the Monument Valley rim. Here’s a link to the hotels website. Thanks for looking. G
Painted dancing Kachina doll cut outs at a souvenir shop on Old Town Plaza in Albuquerque, NM
Greetings from stormy San Cristobal. I was looking forward to seeing la luna’s occultation of mars tonight. It will happen, although I doubt it will be visible in this neck of the woods with all the clouds and the chance of snow. My fingers are crossed that there will be a thinning out of the clouds at just the right time. Here’s a photo I shot in the early morning hours two years ago. If you would like to read more about this event click here. In the meantime, here’s a picture of la luna on a night when the sky was crystal clear.
Before Covid 19 I made a few trips to Las Vegas, New Mexico. Las Vegas is a fun town to spend time wandering around, loitering on park benches, visiting antique stores, and eating at some of the fun restaurants. One of my favorite things to do is window stalking with a camera.
The group show “Photography in B&W” at The Wright Contemporary in Taos continues. There was a successful and well-attended opening reception last Friday. If you happen to be in Taos, stop in and take a look.
The Wright Contemporary is located at 627 Paseo del Pueblo Sur Taos, NM 87571 575-224-0530
Below are a few more images featured in this group show.
As always. Thanks so much for looking. Stay well. G