San Francisco De Asis sculpture at the Saint Francis Church, Ranchos de Taos, NM. I’m always on the lookout for another angle at this very familiar location. I was showing a photo tour client how to explore something more than the standard shots at this adobe building. This is what I came up with on this trip. Depending on the time of year these two features align. Invariably and because of my familiarity with the time of day and lighting, it is almost always possible to find something new, whether a new angle, or a new feeling that speaks to me in a scene. Revisiting the San Francisco de Asis Church hundreds of times over the thirty five years since I first set eyes on it, has given me a greater understanding and affinity for the place and every aspect it embodies. Thanks for looking. G
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Like Monet and all his paintings of water lilies, a wonderful commentary on the value of revisiting places at different times and in different conditions. Value for the artist and for the viewer.
Thank you Ron. Looking forward to another trip with you and many new locations and angles and camaraderie. G
Wonderful! Those of us that have been to this church many times in search of a unique image really appreciate you sharing your knowledge and experience. Thank you!
Thank you so much, Bill. You are most welcome. Thanks for checking in and taking the time to write and let me know your thoughts.