A cottonwood outside of San Jose, NM.
The Guadalupe Outlier, the easternmost and earliest known outlier of the Chaco civilization, with architectural cues and masonry methods identical to those found in Chaco Culture National Historical Park. One of two known sites in the Rio Puerco valley. Cabezón Peak, a prominent volcanic feature visible from the other side on US 550, is on the horizon to the left.
The Bisti Badlands—or, officially, the Bisti Wilderness—comprises the western portion of the BLM-managed Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness Area, surrounded on all sides by the Navajo Nation. It lies 45 minutes drive south of Farmington, NM on NM 371, roughly halfway between Farmington and Chaco Culture National Historical Park. The Bisti Badlands provides for some easy desert hiking and wonderful photographic opportunities.
backlit by a heavily diffused sun.
Katy sure as heck DIDN’T.
Looking south over Santa Fe and Sandia Peak from the Santa Fe Ski Basin overlook.
Two photos composited.
First thought upon seeing this: I didn’t bring a lens long enough.
Solution to the problem? Find a composition and take the picture anyway.
This was looking on Willow Flats in Grand Teton National Park.
I’ve decided I don’t like iWeb’s blog system for my website, so here’s tumblr. I’ll be posting my photographs here as they interest me as well as other thoughts and musings, perhaps independently of my deviantART blog.
first up for this blog is this lovely dilapidated graffitied shack just north of Pueblo, CO.