Crosses and shadows at the St. Francis Church, Ranchos de Taos, NM. Finding the light and darks at any religious landmarks, to me represents the symbolism of the eternal fight between the two. I mostly enjoy the architecture of the buildings and the people who built them. Thanks for looking. G
Red, Shadows, St. Francis Church. A lady in red leaving church in the shade of the morning shadow from the bell tower. The things and sites we see on a photo tour around Taos, the Gorge and beyond. Thanks for looking. G
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
Reflection at the Saint Francis Church … a fall morning after the rain. Got down on my knees and made this image shortly before the caretaker came along and swept up the puddles. Got to be the early bird to beat the caretaker. Thanks for looking. G
San Francisco de Asis. Good morning from the Saint Francis Church, Ranchos de Taos. Arguably the most photographed church in the US.