Greetings from San Cristobal and beyond. Last weekend, we had a fabulous, showing of work at the Stables Gallery in Taos. I want to thank everyone who came out and for your support in comments, compliments, and purchases. Many new works found homes. Thank you!
It’s Milky Way season! My friend, photographer, and filmmaker John Williams visited us from Boulder during the weekend. We took the opportunity to make a drive out to the Lobatos Bridge that crosses the Rio Grande in southern Colorado to capture the milky way. It was very dark on the edge of the cliffs, but we managed to pull off a decent image when an old truck crossed over, filling the area with light and fumes. One more vehicle drove over a little later, and that was it, just us, the river, the bridge, and the stars in a pristine, clear sky.
The bridge with the ghostly figure of John in the middle.
Fast approaching is my solo exhibit at Bareiss Gallery here in Taos. I look forward to seeing those who can make it. The opening reception will be on October 7, from 3 – 6 pm (maybe it will last longer). The gallery will be open 9 – 2 pm on weekdays. I’ll be there on the weekends and by appointment. Come and visit. It will be great to meet you.
As always thanks for looking. Have a great week. G
8 thoughts on “Milky Way, Lobatos Bridge, Colorado. 09-28-22”
Loved the images and the explanation.
Thanks so much, Jim. I hope you are well. Have a great fall. G
Thanks, Geraint. Fall is my favorite season here. Lots of color and far less humidity!
Glad you are enjoying it Jim. I bet if there was a poll of favorite seasons, fall would win. G
Hoping the exhibition has a great turnout.
Love these photos of the Milky Way. Thanks for sharing with us all.
Thank you, Mara. I appreciate your compliments. G
Thank you my friend. As is your new 2023 calendar. G