Following breakfast on the portal, I looked down and noticed this interesting graphic possibility. I think it could serve well as a book cover or greeting card image with the lower right area a natural location for a title and/or other text.
I also like the contrast between the delicate flowers and the cracked concrete.
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.
Three chairs in the lobby of the Performing Arts Theater in Peñasco, New Mexico.
I liked the solitary red flower in the pot in the nicho of this typical Santa Fe, New Mexico scene.
I'm not quite ready to get started on the action shots from the rodeo, so when this little found still life presented itself, I decided to take a brief detour.
A new geranium blooming in our kitchen window.
Flowers from Thea's garden bring a touch of color into our old adobe home.
I am, obviously, fascinated by the shapes and textures of drying irises.
Thea tells me the irises have just about run their course for this year. But wait, here's one that I noticed this morning, opening up to give us one more show of extreme beauty.
Here's an iris from Thea's garden. She grows 'em, I shoots 'em!