Taos Pueblo, New Mexico
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I caught this bit of street photography while passing quickly through Santa Fe, yesterday, on my way to Mexico!
In a corner of the thousand year old Taos Pueblo, home of the Red Willow People, a ladder and an horno, or bread oven, reminders of the past and the present.
Tourist season is winding down here in Taos. But there are still some chances available to indulge in a bit of street photography. Any time I'm out of the house and there are strangers about, I can be found “shooting street”.
If I'm at home, I will be shooting other things, flowers, still lifes, etc., or more likely, working on, or as in this instance, playing with images on my iPad.
Who will save this beautiful northern New Mexico farm style adobe in Llano San Juan? Just look at those thick walls. There's lot of history here.
Number three in this mini-series of photographs is a black and white version of the first image. In this one, the tiny bird atop the cross on the left bell tower is more obvious due to the shifting of the clouds.
Here's another version of yesterday's subject, for Jay and the rest of you black and white aficionados.
This little sunflower, standing and glowing all alone, posing, it seems in front of a child's rusted antique wagon, has a power to please that would be diminished in a group. This corner of Thea's garden has come alive with the appearance of this lonesome bit of joy.
“Just needs a little TLC”, said the realtor.
San Geronimo Chapel, Taos Pueblo, New Mexico.