One small section of the hotel in Santa Fe as seen in the early morning bright sunshine.
There Be Dragons Here
One section of the sculpture along the top of the Lensic Performing Arts Center in Santa Fe with the bright blue morning sky in the background.
Lady and Sand
Mural in a courtyard of the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts.
With green vines.
Pattern along the side of a building in the historic district of Santa Fe. With one lone bird.
I just liked the pattern created by the different shades of red and the lines in the bricks themselves.
Display of reading glasses for sale in a shoe store of all places.
Interesting name and design for a movie theater.
I didn't add the red pepper to this display at a farmer's market. Really I didn't.
At the Santa Fe Farmer's Market.
At the Cowgirl BBQ place. This was before I really learned to use aperture priority a couple of days later. I need to come back and try again.
Someone at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops had a sense of humor in hanging this image.
Our first assignment for the National Geographic Expeditions photo session was to make portraits of each other.
One of my classmates for the National Geographic Expeditions photo session and my partner for this portrait assignment.
One of my classmates for the National Geographic Expeditions photo session. Turns out she lives less than a couple of miles from me.
One of our instructor for the National Geographic Expeditions photo session.
One of our classmates in the National Geographic Expeditions session. Very interesting character.
Kathy and Gord
Kathy gets her chance to make a portrait of Gord.
Carlan Tapp, one of our instructors for the National Geographic Expeditions photo session. Sorta the opposite of our portrait assignment.
Our assignment was to photograph people on the street. This young man was leaving the skate park and surprised me by adopting this pose just before I took the picture.