Truchas, Trampas, Ranchos De Taos, NM. High Road photography convoy tour continued form my post a few days ago. It was a little too much editing to do all in one go. There is no order of importance or favorite, I posted these and the previous images in the order we discovered then. Enjoy! And thank you for joining me virtually here on my website. G
10 thoughts on “Truchas, Trampas, Ranchos De Taos, NM”
The wood pile keeps the people warm under the corrugated roof in Truchas. Nice juxtaposition!
And the Big Doors on St Francis Church are the local equivalent of the front of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
Thank you for savoring and sharing northern NM with us!
A man’s wealth is measured by the size of his wood pile. Did you spot the #7 shadow that appears on the big doors at the St. Francis church? Prominent at certain times of year. I wonder if Notre Dame can boast that. Thanks Dan. G
Bit of a mixture. St Francis church doors and I have the T shirt. Thankyou.
Lots of subject matter I didn’t post. You have a tee shirt with those doors on it? Curious. Thanks Alison. G
What a great trip, a photographer’s dream come true.
You and I were there. We had a few good days. Thank you Larry. G
Truchas, Trampas, and Rancho de Taos sounds like a law firm. 🙂 The least of these is wonderful, so this is quite a set. My favorites are the window and the ladder with the skull. Lovely toning throughout.
Trout, Traps, Rancho. =;-) Yep sounds like a law firm to me. Thanks Ron. G
When I photographed the skulls and ladder with you in 2014, it looked like they’d just been assembled. I made a nice painting of it.
At that time we were there on the photo tour they’d been reassembled. Once upon a time, they were in a nook behind the church, I think was when you saw them. I hope you are well CC. I still have the painting you gave me. Best wishes. G