Ranch gate with steer skull, Galisteo, New Mexico. Slightly off the beaten path, but easy to spot if you like to wander around the old dirt streets. I first visited Galisteo in 1984, returning in 1985 and staying at the then Galisteo Inn for a few days. There was plenty of time to explore and wander with my camera and to make some images for my first photography exhibit “New Mexico: First Impressions” at Artworks Gallery, Pasadena, 1986. I’ve been hooked on New Mexico ever since. Thanks for looking. G
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Geraint – you are still a big part of our Pasadena even though you’re now New Mexico proud.
Don, thank you. Pasadena, and you my friend will always be a part of me. It was a wonderful ten years and the beginning of my life in the USA. Thank you again. Our phone chats mean the world. G