This is simply another something beautiful that I saw on the way out of El Meze restaurant, in Taos, following dinner with Thea and my cousin Ann Lawrence.
It is straight from my ever present iPhone, minimally processed and framed, but not cropped.
It is a follow-up from yesterday's post. The subject is a chamisa, or rabbitbush, under a red light in the courtyard at El Meze.
Ice is nice on a hot day, like later on this day, at the National Day of the Cowboy, outside Santa Fe, New Mexico.
In a garden full of color, sometimes a single pink geranium is enough.
Another bit of beauty in Thea's garden.
This plant grows in clusters, close to the ground, and spreads rapidly, apparently from the root, as it rarely blooms. When it does, though, its blossoms, while tiny, are complex and beautiful.
Gotta get as much as I can from these peonies, while they last, right?
I'm not really done with the irises, yet, but Thea's peonies have made an appearance and this one just won't wait.
I love shooting street photography. I love shooting black and white. I love shooting color. People, places, things. Indoors, outdoors, through doors. Gritty, pretty. I love shooting street photography. Especially with my iPhone 6s Plus.
From Taos, New Mexico, hasta mañana.
Today was a travel day, and a day for rest and recovery. It was also a day to get caught up on some work. The result? A post of few words.