Monday, April 25, 2011

Photo of the Week - April 25, 2011

A couple of month's back, a storm had just finished dumping a ton of rain around our home in Oceanside. As soon as I could, I headed over to the pier to see what the sunset and storm clouds would give me to shoot. I was amazed to find so many other people out and around after such a storm. The globes to all of the lights were glowing from the sunset. They were not turned on yet. Hope you like the shot. Check out my other Photo's of the Week at: www.stevenbundy.com/Pages/Main/potw_archive.html

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Photo of the Week - April 18, 2011

A photo I took last summer in Taos. This old adobe church is one of the most photographed and painted churches in the country. Ansel Adams, Paul Strand and Georgia O'Keeffe are three of the more prominent artist's to use this building in their work. The church construction started in 1772, and was eventually finished in the early 1800's. It is a National Landmark Structure and a World Heritage Church, and is a place I will never tire of photographing. Check out all of my "Image of the Week" at: www.stevenbundy.com/Pages/Main/potw_archive.html

Monday, April 11, 2011

Photo of the Week - April 11, 2011

This was a picture at sunset from last Thursday evening just north of Taos. The day started out terrible. Rain and "wet" snow in the morning. The sky just a gray haze, with some thunder and lightning. Tried to go out and take a few pictures in between the down pours, but with little success. But when the clouds cleared, this is what was revealed. Worth the wait I think!!! Check out my "Image of the Week" at www.stevenbundy.com/Pages/Main/potw_archive.html

Saturday, April 9, 2011

New Mexico Village from Above

North of Taos, from a canyon rim road. This is looking down into the main part of the village.

Monday, April 4, 2011

2 Tipi's and the Sangre de Cristo's

Looking towards the Sangre de Cristo mountains in Southern Colorado, between Salida & Alamosa. This was one of our stops last Saturday on a very looong day trip from Taos.