GREY

I took a drrive on the Camino Abajo, the road below our house, a couple of evenings ago, and ran across this grey beauty who seemed to love posing for me.

 

SHOOTOUT AT MORTENSON’S RANCH

Here's the dude, @steveimmel, who shot the two dudes! Learn more about this momentous event in the history of the American Southwest and New Mexico in particular, by clicking on http://www.immelphoto.com.

Then come back here and leave a comment, ok?

 

TAOS TEDDY

I took a drive through the neighborhood recently and came across this found still life. I don't know the story behind it, but I'll bet you can make up a good one.

 

 

RANCH STILL LIFE

I had a great time, on Saturday, at Cowboy Camp on Clint Mortenson's ranch south of Santa Fe, shooting with friends @Steve Immel and @Steve Bundy. This found still life, so typical of ranch life was something I just couldn't pass up.

 

 

MORNING LIGHT

Bouganvilla and Chamisa.

 

IN THEA’S GARDEN

Another bit of beauty in Thea's garden.

 

AHH, THE MEMORIES

I threw my pennies into the wishing well at La Posada in Winslow, Arizona, where my Mom worked in the newsstand. Sure enough, after about five years of wishes, a Lionel train showed up under the Christas tree! Perseverance, that's the answer!

See you tomorrow…

 

THE DISTANT SOUND OF FROGS

Early this evening, I was chasing a larger cloud that refused to cooperate.

When I stopped and looked to my right, this much nicer scene presented itself.

See you tomorrow

 

 

TRAVELIN’

This image wasn't made by using filters. It's an extreme crop from my iPhone 6s Plus. I initially cropped it to see what was there, but when I started playing around with the sliders in Snapseed, it began to take on the look of a painting instead of becoming pixelated. I like the effect, and will experiment with it more. I will be interested to try a comparison between the camera's digital zoom and the effects inherent in an extreme post processing crop.

See you tomorrow…