Blue Door Reflection

Blue is a primary color.  Blue is a popular color all over the world.  Blue is my favorite color.   Who doesn't like blue? Even so, I was intrigued by the blue doors of Taos Pueblo, the oldest inhabited village in North America (click here).  Every door and window is blue, which makes a nice contrast … Continue reading Blue Door Reflection

Ski Fence

The back property line of a little-used, dusty, unpaved public parking lot of a small town in northeast New Mexico had a fence made of old skis.  Overgrown native grasses and bushes (weeds) filled in the cracks between the skis.  There was no peeking inside. Was a retired ski bum wasting away on the other side of the … Continue reading Ski Fence

Store Front

  Interesting store front: charming, colorful and inviting, decorative door, the primitive blue seat under the window, red peppers hanging by the door, blooming red flowers in pots, bright orange thermometer, and the for-looks-only sagging blue shutter. Something about Arroyo Seco that I can't quite put my finger on ... well, Taos and the entire general area … Continue reading Store Front

Bus Stop

A lot of celebrities hang out in Taos, NM.  Here, in Arroyo Seco, a small town close to Taos, I found Colonel Sanders' younger brother and Mrs. Doubtfire waiting for a bus. Thought for the Day:  You never get a second chance to make a first impression.                 … Continue reading Bus Stop

New Friend

I found this fuzzy little guy on the trail that follows the rim of the Rio Grande River Gorge near Taos, New Mexico.  It was early morning, the sun had just popped up above the peaks of the Sangre De Cristo mountains. I had just completed my photo shoot of the bridge that spans the … Continue reading New Friend