Fine Art Images from the American Southwest

Blue Portal, San Francisco de Asis, Church

Blue portal with blue skies at the San Francisco de Asis Church, Ranchos de Taos. People ask me all the time whether I get bored visiting the same locations. My answer, “No”. I always find something new and I get to share it with other photographers. And the other question… is the sky really that blue? “Yes!” It’s my pleasure to show new locations to visiting photographers and those I’ve made multiple trips with. Visiting previous locations multiple times almost always reveals new angles and vistas. Thanks for looking. G


4 thoughts on “Blue Portal, San Francisco de Asis, Church”

  1. Very good image and an equally good reply. Monet did pretty well painting the same subject matter from his garden and pond over and over. I don’t recall reading that he became bored. 🙂

    • Thanks Ron. I can’t say I get tired of much when I have a camera in my hand. I do have a series of those cottonwoods in El Prado over the years. I used to drive ten miles to visit them when conditions looked favorable. I never got bored. Maybe a book one day. G


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