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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.
Downtown Truth or Consequences, New Mexico.
Turtleback Mountain, which overlooks Truth or Consequences, New Mexico.
Derelict buildings are often considered eyesores in a town, not to mention safety hazards and arson targets. But to a photographer, old buildings can be great sources of images. One of the first shots I made when I moved here … Continue reading
(The first part was posted here) The sky was blue and clear when we started kayaking on the Rio Grande but soon the smoke from Arizona wildfires blew over the Caballo mountains. Smoke filled Palomas Gap and within an hour … Continue reading
Tuesday morning we set off down the Rio Grande – five of us in four kayaks and a canoe. The calm river moved us away from Rotary Park in Truth or Consequences, past the water tank and riverside homes, past Williamsburg … Continue reading
This is a story of survival. On an empty lot an uprooted, discarded and now completely buried century plant is sending up a shoot to produce young plants before it is covered with more refuse. People discarded tons of dead … Continue reading
There’s a new art exhibit at Rio Bravo for Saturday’s Art Hop: The Spring Flower Show. Whether you are in the cold north or our dry desert, the appearance of flowers in Spring restores hope. They renew faith that warmth and … Continue reading
Once a year we have the opportunity to travel through the Fra Cristobal Mountains on the Armendaris Ranch. The Geronimo Springs Museum in T or C offers the trip as a fund raiser. There’s a possibility that this Spring’s trip … Continue reading
This photo hangs over my desk as a reminder to “just take the photo now.” Yes, it’s just a grab shot, but I have never seen that truck in front of that shop before or since. The green colors made … Continue reading
Hot Springs was the rather mundane name of Truth or Consequences originally. The name is mundane, not the the hot springs themselves. After I’ve pushed myself on a hike beyond what this aging body should do, I head for a … Continue reading
Dominating our town is Turtleback Mountain. From a distance, it’s not much – overshadowed by all the other mountains. But from Main Street, it is the center of our landscape. The rock formation on the summit resembles a turtle, but … Continue reading