During wanderings in Santa Fe, New Mexico I happened upon this late afternoon light. I don’t usually shoot this sort of image, but the light and the lines and the way the color space played against the black intrigued me. I’ve been trying to spend more time there when I can get away. I spent some years there in the 80s as regional editor for the Taos News and it’s a joy to revisit.
As with all my Holga photography this will be available as a Giclée on watercolor framed, unframed or as Gallery Wrapped Canvas on stretcher bar. Sizes available up to 30×30″ and larger upon request and special arrangement.
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