Faces are always fun to find but hearts are even better 🙂 This one was sitting in Oak Creek not far from Cathedral Rocks in Sedona.
This is an image of a small thicket of trees that we’ve passed each afternoon while hiking to town. To me their color and bare limbs portray how cold it is here. I thought an abstract would translate that even more so I shook my camera as I pressed the shutter. Do you sense the cold? I suppose you might since I told you that’s what you were supposed to feel 🙂
Below is what the trees look like in reality.
(No wireless signal today so this is auto-scheduled post)
This guy greeted me at the very beginning of my first hike at Bandelier Nat’l Monument last month. He made lots of impressive and threatening moves but I wasn’t dissuaded. I later guided him to the underbrush so he wouldn’t get tromped on. Happy Halloween big guy!
Another shot from the West Fork Trail on Sunday. I can take conventional photos too 🙂
Hyde Memorial State Park, high in the Santa Fe mountains, was hands down my favorite room with a view during our RV trip through New Mexico.
Still trying to catch up. Jpegs are the only images I’ve downloaded so here’s another shot of Cleo and Cloe who truly loved the RV experience 🙂
We were greeted by sun at 9000 feet and enjoyed a full day of it.
The next night a scary storm made us feel that trees were coming down around us! The next morning it started to snow.
Today we went to Abiquiu and toured Georgia O’Keefe’s home. We’re now parked 15 miles from there at Ghost Ranch and the sun is trying to come out. Next stop is Bandelier Nat’l Monument. No internet for the next three days.
From my archives today with a little help from Photomatix using the single image option. This was my favorite image from our last trip to New Mexico. The woman is Leona of Leona’s Restaurante which is located a few steps from the famous El Santuario de Chimayo. Her wonderful food and location has made her known around the world! We’re not going in that direction on this trip but I always think of her when I think of New Mexico.