Taos Pueblo Christmas Eve bonfires, an annual event at the Taos Pueblo. For the past five years, Pami and I have gone to El Prado to watch the first spark fly as the bonfires are lit at the Pueblo. This year the buildings were illuminated by the glow from the western sky. In previous years the sky has been encumbered by clouds and last year it snowed. Thus, in this image the “north house” is visible to the far left. The “south house” slightly to the right above the lighted house. The San Geronimo Church is about eight ‘o’ clock from the bright cross on the far right. Thanks for looking and happy holidays. G
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thank you for posting. One of my favorite things to do on Christmas Eve. It’s almost like being there as I look at your photo.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and to yours
Thank you Jamie. Thank you for being there and enjoying my work and taking the time to visit and comment. Happy Holidays to you and yours, and a happy New Year. Geraint and Pami.