We try to avoid utility poles and wires when photographing landscapes, but sometimes, the motto is, “If you can’t lick ’em, join ’em.”
Acequia is the Spanish word for ditch. They’ve been used in New Mexico since the Spanish colonial days for irrigation.
The windows in old adobe buildings are full of charm. Old Town Albuquerque has several excellent examples.
This collage is of a walk we took through a northwest Albuquerque neighborhood in the spring. We saw a red robin and other birds, bunny, coyote, and buds.
Here are some places where we have found good night shots of the city.
The more we photograph, the more we take notice of birds. The two hobbies go together so nicely! The featured image is the iconic bird of spring, the red robin.
The Roadrunner is New Mexico’s state bird, and they are fun to spot and photograph. If you look, you will probably see at least one in March.
Despite its name, the Rio Grande River is not a big river, though it is long. Much of the time it is muddy, but it still can be quite beautiful to photograph.
New Mexico gives a tax break to the film industry that is better than most other states. Because of that, many films are made here. Businesses cashing in on “Breaking Bad.” The “Scorch Trials” being filmed downtown. The one on the right is the only photo we’ve taken that has gone viral worldwide overnight. It’s…
Whether they are looking forward to Inauguration Day or not, people in Albuquerque are preparing for this coming Friday.
Our two favorite things to photograph in winter are migrating birds and snow. New snow is photogenic, so we don’t even have to leave home to get some shots. Black and white photos are very appropriate for winter as well.