Fine Art Images from the American Southwest

Tag: Abstract

Sitting On The Fence

Sitting on the fence, lots of snow all over Taos County. Took a walk out early this morning as the sun rose over the Sangre de Cristos. I had a thoroughly good time photographing the more abstract elements on the subject of snow. Temperature here at noon today, 18º F. Thanks for looking and stay warm. G

Sitting On The Fence

Looking Down At The Drying Mud

Looking down at the drying mud following a rain storm in San Cristobal. It didn’t rain much and not for very long. The next morning I was fascinated by the shining light on the mud in the roadside ditches. Thanks for looking. G

Looking Down At The Drying Mud

In The Winter Aspens

In the winter aspens on the high road to Taos, New Mexico. Before golden hour; before dawn, in the waking twilight, the winter aspens breathe in the darkness. Thanks for looking. G

In the winter aspens

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Reflections At The San Francisco de Asis Church

Reflections at the San Francisco de Asis (St. Francis) Church, Ranchos de Taos New Mexico. I made this image on a photo tour this weekend with my wonderful guests from Minnesota. Early in the morning, before the groundsman/caretaker swept up the puddles following this Fridays rain, the reflections in the water amongst the flagstones were plentiful and offered up a multitude of photo opportunities. Thanks for looking. G

Reflections at the San Francisco de Asis Church

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Ice Patterns On The Rio Chama

Ice patterns on the Rio Chama, Abiquiu New Mexico. Exploring, seeking, and open to receiving. Following are some words close to my heart from photographer Dewitt Jones. “The banquet is spread constantly, with no thought of whether anyone will attend. If I were receptive enough, perhaps I would see it in everything. But I’m not, so photography is one of the tools I use to help me concentrate, to help me see deeply, to block out all that is extraneous and see that which is essential.”

Thanks for looking. G

Ice Patterns On The Rio Chama

Barn Wood Door In The High Country

Barn wood door in the high country. On a cloudy day colors pop and even more so on grey, weather worn, barn wood where the many coats of paint are revealed like peeling back the layers of history. Thanks for looking. G

Barn door in the high country

Truchas Adobe Home

Truchas adobe home on the high road to Taos in northern New Mexico. One more in the “remnants of authenticity” series. Nothing that says New Mexico like exposed adobe and a tin roof. Thanks for looking. G

Truchas Adobe home

Wall Abstract Downtown Taos

Random wall abstract design downtown Taos, NM. When we take the occasional stroll around town I’ll make a random image with the iphone. The graffiti paint on the buttress creating a loose grid pattern, caught my eye for this random abstract. Thanks for looking. G

Wall Downtown Taos

Climbing Vine, Winter In Dixon NM

Climbing vine, winter in Dixon, here in the Rio Embudo Valley, New Mexico. Unravelling as it climbs up and takes hold of a structure or of itself. I thought it had a look of Celtic knot work. Thanks for looking. G

Climbing Vine, winter in Dixon New Mexico

Ice Designs, Rio Grande, Colorado

Ice designs, on the Rio Grande in southern Colorado. I made a series of images that reminded me of aerial landscapes, except that the patterns and designs were only twenty feet below my vantage point on the bridge. A new fascination…  scenes from winter, “below, from not so far above.” Thanks for looking. G

Ice Designs Rio Grande Colorado