Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Southwest Road Trip, Part 5: New Mexico

We made a couple of stops in New Mexico, but did not spend nearly enough time there. It's a unusual place, where history is still alive and forgotten cultures still survive. The land is colorful and diverse.

These photographs were captured using a Pentax K-30 and a Samsung NX210. It's unimportant which images were from which camera. Can you tell? I doubt that you can.  
Native Gas Station - Gallup, New Mexico
Indian Arts - Gallup, New Mexico
Bienvenidos - Albuquerque, New Mexico
Two Fingers - Albuqurque, New Mexico
Ceramic Saddle - Alburqurque, New Mexica
San Felipe de Neri - Albuquerque, New Mexico
Purple Flowers - Albuquerque, New Mexico
Warm Fire - Albuquerque, New Mexico
Orange Rock - Continental Divide, New Mexico
This was a major crop--I removed about 85% of the image to create this photograph. I was not nearly close enough to this scene, nor did I have a long enough lens with me.

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