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Tag Archives: adobe
Iconic and Simple
Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, USA.
Posted in Photography Tagged adobe, blue window, new mexico architecture 5 Comments
It’s in ruins, but the vigas to hold up a roof are still there. La Joya, New Mexico, USA.
Posted in Photography Tagged abandoned building, adobe, architecture, New Mexico, vigas 1 Comment
My Favorite Thing
My favorite way to spend a day is out photographing with friends. It’s such fun to see what each of us chooses to shoot in the same location. Yesterday I got to meet an Instagram friend in person and her … Continue reading
Posted in Photography Tagged adobe, old wood door, photo outing, photo trip 1 Comment
Adobe, fencing, and barbed wire. Lake Valley, New Mexico, USA.
Posted in Photography Tagged adobe, barbed wire, New Mexico, rust, textures 1 Comment
Adobe Church Wall
Near Santa Rosa, New Mexico, USA.
Posted in Photography Tagged adobe, New Mexico, ruins, santa rosa, wall 5 Comments
This is a classic subject in New Mexico – adobe walls and gates. Would have been ideal with some hollyhocks.
Posted in Photography Tagged adobe, gate, New Mexico, photography, Truth or Consequences 3 Comments
Window in Adobe Wall
Just a plain window with lace curtains and a traditional adobe wall. I like the reflection in the mirror inside. This is part of the San Francisco de Assisi church near Taos. It has the reputation of being the most … Continue reading
Posted in Photography Tagged adobe, church, St. Francis, taos, windows 5 Comments
One of my favorite photography subjects over the years has been abandoned houses. Hiking in the desert we might come across old adobe walls. In the middle of cultivated fields in Nebraska there will be gray wood skeletons of big … Continue reading
Posted in Family Stories, Photography Tagged abandoned house, adobe, farm, Nebraska, old house, ruins, rural 28 Comments