Tag Archives: photography
Santa Rosa, New Mexico.
I drive by this little trailer on every trip into town. Never get tired of looking at it. Truth or Consequences, New Mexico.
There is no mistaking the sound of sandhill cranes flying over. The cacophony can be heard before the birds can be seen. And Wednesday was a full-on crane fly-over day! Hundreds came over in dozens of groups – some more … Continue reading
Might be missing a few lights, but it still has its color.
Now this looks as if I photoshopped the sign into the image, but the sign is really there – out there in the middle of nowhere. More than 1/2 mile from any road. Besides the sign makes little sense and … Continue reading
It has the rust I like, and a lock – in fact a padlock that I’ve never seen before. And shadows. It was a good day.
I do like playing with textures. It’s a big improvement on the original. Isn’t it? It does need a spider though.
Who knew there were pelicans on the lakes in New Mexico? Not me, but I was pleasantly surprised to see them. There were dozens this day. But what I see when I look at these point-and-shoot shots are the possibilities … Continue reading
I love walking through the alleys in town. There are always interesting new things to see or things to see in interesting new ways. Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, USA.
Or something like a needlework sampler to show all the stitches you know.
Downtown Truth or Consequences, New Mexico.