Saturday, July 25, 2009

New Mexico vacation & Workshop update

It's been a while since my last post. A lot has been going on......enough to keep me from updating this blog since last April. Many of you have enjoyed my new book published last month for the upcoming exhibit in September. I have sold quite a few of the limited edition of 25, along with a few prints from the book. Thank you all for the support.
Chris & I left for an 4 day extended weekend on July 10th to be a part of the Craig Varjabedian book opening in Albuquerque. It was well worth the long drive over & back. Lots of fun, great people, and a great exhibition at the Albuquerque Museum of Art & History. Check out the web site:
This last week (yes we made the trek back over again) Chris & I have been in Taos, New Mexico, just relaxing and enjoying the area. Above are a couple of images from the trip. The first was the afternoon of our first day on the trip, last Saturday in Winslow, Arizona. This is the original Hubbell Trading Post in Winslow, with a major storm brewing in the back ground. The second image is an old car in El Prado, New Mexico, just a few minutes north of Taos.
Starting this Sunday will be the beginning of the Eloquent Light Photography Workshop for: "The New Mexico Landscape"
I will be assisting Craig Varjabedian throughout this next week. My excitement has been building for weeks to begin this adventure, and now the time has arrived. I look forward to sharing the time & images in this post of all that goes on throughout the workshop. Thank you again to both Craig & Cindy Lane for asking me to work with them this next week.
Also as a last note to everyone......Chris & I are celebrating our 34th wedding anniversary today. Amazing how time flies when you're having fun!!!