INTO THE WOODS

I took a short drive on the 518 this afternoon. Here's something that got my attention. Grandeur is great, but sometimes the intimate is enough.

See you tomorrow…

 

CAPILLA SANTA RITA DE CASCIA

This chapel in Bernal, New Mexico, was built of stone in 1916. It is named in honor of an Italian nun, the patron saint of the impossible who helps those in need.

Hasta mañana…

 

GERANIUM AND LACE

Light and shade. Cool and warm. Hard and soft. i love contrasts.

See you tomorrow…

 

TAOS MOUNTAIN LAST LIGHT

Until tomorrow…

 

NAVAJO DOLL

Sitting, watching all the political blather on the tv, I glanced to my right and saw the evening light striking this Navajo doll next to our fireplace. It was then that I knew what I wanted to share with you today! So here she is.

Until tomorrow…

 

THE HAT VENDOR

The Hat Vendor plies his trade daily in front of the Parroquia in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

Hasta mañana…

 

WAITING FOR CHINESE

People watching and fried rice, now there's a street photography combination I can get behind. I did, in fact, yesterday, in Santa Fe, on our way home from Albuquerque. Here's the result.

See you tomorrow…

 

DRY WASH

Dry wash and distant rain. The formula for a possible flash flood. Take care.

 

GRAZING

We spotted these San Felipe Pueblo horses today, on our way to Albuquerque.

Hasta mañana…

 

 

QUERETARO COLOR

The place I miss the most from my latest trip across Mexico, Santiago de Querétaro, Qro.

Hasta mañana…

 

Paintings, Drawings, Photographs, Videos, Digital Art, and Words, by John Farnsworth

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