After eight days of working in the old home town of Santa Fe it was time to get back on the road. I pointed the car west and headed for Arizona, Dine land and the incredible Canon de Chelly National Monument near Chinle, AZ. My complete route was still undecided - I had to be in Las Vegas, NV five days later for work.
Great photos. I particularly like the Nazlini one.
TR, so beautiful! Are you coming to see me? BTW, I agree with Wren!
Well. I am checking in from my teeny tiny road trip in Wheeling to see what my favorite freewheeler is up to. All I can say about your landscape photography is MY GOD!
You must tell me how you get vivid blue skies and Technicolor land. What wizardry do you use?
Thank you for thinking of us every step of the way.
At each new photo, I thought "this one is the best!". Each one has its own texture, taste, and emotion.
Those photos really miss New Mexico-- especially of the summer rain. Rain here in Cape Town is always gray, drippy and overcast-- I miss those big New Mexico thunderstorms where you can still see blue sky in the distance. -X
Great trip and awesome photos. Especially like the first and last images. Such gorgeous country. I need to get back to De Chelly.
Such beautiful country and photos of it. I've never been to Canyon de Chelly, but you've convinced me that I must go there!
During the time I spent with you in WVa ~ obviously, I didn't learn a thing about your photography. One day, I would like to spend time to really watch you in action. You're the best, Tim.
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