A winter drive through New Mexico’s Jemez Mountains

Much of the snow that falls in the winter is confined to the northern mountains near Santa Fe and Taos. Occasionally more widespread snow occurs blanketing the Jemez Mountains to the west and the Sandias that form the back drop to the city of Albuquerque. Its ideal in many ways because you can enjoy winterContinue reading “A winter drive through New Mexico’s Jemez Mountains”

Finding joy among the dead wood

Living in the desert it can seem that nature’s colors become so muted in the winter and I long for the first signs of spring. My brother who was visiting from England said its nice but he would miss the green grass and trees of home. Of course there is a reason why its soContinue reading “Finding joy among the dead wood”

In Search of Albuquerque

I typically focus on landscape and wildlife photography but I was inspired by an article about los muros de burque. “Muros translates from Spanish as “walls”. In Albuquerque, our walls bring people together. Throughout our vibrant city you’ll see our diverse culture expressed not just through the color of our skin, but through the colorContinue reading “In Search of Albuquerque”

Attaching your lens (or not)

Most photography blogs will share words of inspiration and in depth technical articles. Some of my posts will follow this format but I want you to know we all make mistakes and I will be sharing some epic fails on my journey. When I first bought my SLR camera I only had the lens itContinue reading “Attaching your lens (or not)”