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
14 thoughts on “La Luna, Las Vegas Window, Taos Gallery Show. 12-07-22”
These photos are first-rate and the rail yard shot is exceptional! Well done, Geraint.
Thank you so much, Jim. I appreciate your compliments. G
Yum, I had enchiladas in a restaurant/bakery in Las Vegas, their specialty is flour tortillas but the food was what I liked.
Sculptures around Denver Int’l ate similar to the Railyard shot.
It’s a fun town to wander. I’ve had many good days and meals there for sure. Thank you Larry. G
Hi great shots liked them all. Especially the Christal ball and walking sticks.
Don’t think Mary had a sowing machine but hey ho.
Thank you so much, Alison. I appreciate your compliments. The walking sticks are a favorite. I hope you are well. G
Thank you my friend. G
I haven’t seen Dylan and Anika since before they were teenagers. I would sure like to see pics and hear what they are doing.
Hi Gary it’s been a while. I hope you are well. Call my number on my website, it will be good to catch up, or maybe a coffee. Thanks Gary. G
I love the rail yard photo with all it’s lines and shadows. Terrific! AND, of course, I love the wind mills dispersed between the G A S sign. That belongs on the cover of the New Yorker!
Thank you so much, Jo. That means a lot. I hope you are enjoying your sculpture piece. Will post the gas photo to TNY. G
“Window stalking”–cool term. Love the kachinas. Cutting out the reflection might make an interesting mini-pano…just saying.
Thanks so much, Bob. The reflection made it different from other versions I’ve seen without it. Always looking for and alternative, I included the reflection. G