The Classical Gas Museum in Embudo, New Mexico. How many times have I hurried past? Someday, soon I hope, I’m going to stop, go in, take my time, and, maybe, get some good photographs.
My friend, photographer Steve Bundy, tells me it’s full of interesting old stuff.
Being a bit of old stuff myself, I expect I will thoroughly enjoy my visit.
This group of cottonwood trees is something I just can’t resist shooting any time I pass it on my way to Albuquerque. I decided to add a hint of a campfire to thescene by moving a spot of light from the setting sun, using TouchRetouch’s clone stamp and painting over it a little using the healing tool and the dodge and burn tool in Snapseed.
Monsoon clouds building over the Sangre de Cristo Mountains as evening falls over the Saint Francis Cemetery La Morada Road and Highway 518, the high road, in Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico.
CHEVY / Watercolor / 6 x 9 inches
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