Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument is a fantasy land for photographers. This is because hundreds of beautiful white and pink hoodoos appear to be marching out of the rock face. And, amongst these hoodoos runs a trail that provides breath-taking views in every direction.Continue reading Kasha-Katuwe Photographs
We often stop and camp at Wild Rivers Recreation Area whenever we head to Taos . Because Wild Rivers encompasses the confluence of the Red and Rio Grande Rivers, it always has something to offer the photographer.Continue reading Wild Rivers Recreation Area Photos
Located 40 miles north of Silver City, New Mexico, Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument is remote. However, it is well worth the winding mountain road to get there. Once there, you can take a 1-mile loop trail that procedes up a side canyon, along a creek, and up to and through the interconnected cliff dwellings. In fact, Gila Cliff Dwellings is one of the few ancient cliff-house sites where visitors can walk in and among the rooms and alcoves on their own. Continue reading Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument
In southern New Mexico, there is a natural volcanic art exhibit in the high Chihuahuan desert. And, this volcanic fairyland is the very photogenic City of Rocks State Park. Here, erosion has revealed a city of pinacles and towers of volcanic rock in a slight depression in the Mimbres River valley. Continue reading City of Rocks Photography
Back in 2011, I visted Carlsbad Caverns National Park. As a result of that visit, I posted a series of posts about how to capture, develop, and polish photographs taken in the caverns. Here is an addendum to those posts. It contains photos of the caverns, but also of the surrounding area. Continue reading Carlsbad Caverns Area of Southern New Mexico
We have added new photographs to our Bosque del Apache portfolio.
In December, we had another wonderful visit to Bosque del Apache. Our timing was just right, because there were tens of thousands of Snow geese and Greater Sandhill cranes.
We were especially lucky to catch some spectacular take-offs, beautiful sandhill plumage, and hovering harriers — as well as an assortment of ducks. Take a look at the new photographs.