Fine Art Images from the American Southwest

Tag: Doorways

Mabel Dodge Luhan House, Taos, NM

Mabel Dodge Luhan House, Taos, New Mexico. Hidden in a dark corner behind the gate house guest quarters is this little scene. I like the simplicity and the iconic New Mexico imagery, ladders, arched doorways in thick adobe walls. It’s a real pretty spot at other times of year under the large cottonwoods flanked by the famous dovecots. Thanks for looking. G

Mabel Dodge Luhan House, Taos, New Mexico.

Doorways, Las Vegas, New Mexico

Doorways, in the old town of Las Vegas, New Mexico. There’s not much use for a level, square or plumb-bob in New Mexico. If there were, then the whole state just wouldn’t look right. Charm, it is what it is. Thanks for looking. G

Doorways, Las Vegas, New Mexico.

Las Vegas Collection, Doors

Las Vegas, New Mexico, a collection, doors and windows. What a great five days of photo trekking in New Mexico and Colorado. If you would like to join me on a photo tour/workshop or create a custom one on one multi day workshop for yourself, give me a call. Thanks for looking. G

Las Vegas Collection, Doors

Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon

Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon. Stepping stones of light through ancient doorways into the past. Standing here alone in a narrow room, when the ruins are void of everything but light and the sound of the wind is probably as close as I’ll get to the Chaco Canyon Culture. On a previous trip I’ve heard flute music played,  echoing around the three and four story high walls, weaving like the wind through the cracks and doorways… nothing compares to the virtual silence in this place. Thanks for looking. G

Pueblo Bonito Chaco Canyon

Between Rooms, Chaco Canyon, NM

Between rooms in Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Culture National Historical Park, New Mexico. The light was glowing today at Pueblo Bonito in Chaco Canyon as we wound or way through southwest history, banging our heads on the ancient beams, accompanied by the silence and intermittent gusts of wind that embellished the mystery in the homes and ceremony chambers of the Anasazi.