Monthly Archives: October 2015

After lunch

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This guy was using the last few minutes of his lunch break to work the crossword puzzle.

Albuquerque, New Mexico
photographed 3.26.2015
(image made during Santa Fe Photographic Workshops class with Sam Abell)

A life, reflected

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In the words of Bruce Cockburn, “You’ve never seen everything.”

I’ve been to a lot of cemeteries. But until the day I went to this one, I’d never seen a marker that was a mirror.

Chimayó, New Mexico
photographed 3.24.2015
(image made during Santa Fe Photographic Workshops class with Sam Abell)

Holy Light

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On the way from Pecos, New Mexico, into the Pecos Wilderness, travelers will pass by a little adobe church. Some travelers will stop to look around and make some photos. And some of those travelers will walk around the church and peer into a small, dirty window to see what’s there.

And this is what they will see: a crucifix and a lantern, bathed in the holy light from the other side. Of the room.

El Macho Church
near Pecos, New Mexico
photographed 3.22.2015

Dream, 9

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Do you think that, all this time, it’s been just a dream?

Puerto de Luna, New Mexico
photographed 9.21.2013

Sunshade

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This place feels like the end of time.

But it’s nice that the statue can keep her face out of the sun.

El Calvario Cemetery
Puerto de Luna, New Mexico
photographed 9.21.2013

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