I hope you don’t mind a few more New Mexico images for today’s blog post. There was a lot to see out there and I really like many of the photos I came back with.
This ridge is close to the Sandia Peak Tramway . I made the image through the window on the way up. I wanted a mountain goat or some other wildlife to pose for me but they didn’t get the memo!
Soaptree Yucca. IR, B&W, 2 frame panorama
We saw these plants blooming in several places. This one was at White Sands National Monument. The heat and glare were incredible there. I think the IR camera did well taming the harsh mid day light.
Clouds, Mountains, Desert. Near San Augustin Peak, NM. 7 frame panorama.
I find western landscapes extremely appealing. Maybe it’s just that they’re so different from Florida. When I saw these mountains, I made MK pull over so I could make this image.
Volcano Cinder Cone. IR, B&W, 3 frame panorama
This is a view of one of the three Volcanoes visible from the Volcano Day Use Area in Petroglyph National Monument, a little west of Albuquerque. When I got back to the car, I realized I’d dropped a lens cap somewhere along the path. I did go back and look for it and of course, couldn’t find it. Does that happen to you too?
Located in Santa Fe, NM, this is the oldest known church in the US. It was built between 1610 and 1626. Sunday Mass is still celebrated. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Miguel_Mission for more info.
I hope you enjoyed seeing these five more NM photos. Thanks for stopping by and reading my blog. Now – go make some photos!
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2 thoughts on “A few more New Mexico photos”
What wonderful images!
Have you heard of sOuthwestern photographer named, Laurent Martres. He has similar shot and has written about four photography books on the Southwest. Like where to go shoot, ECT..
You might look him up on Google. I have almost all his books and take them with me when we RV out there..a good resource…
Thank you Dorothy.
I dimly remember seeing photos by Laurent Martres, but hadn’t checked on him lately. Based on your comment, I went back and looked at his webpage – what an impressive artist! I’ll have to get one of his books before I go back out there. Thanks for reminding me.