I haven't gone back and counted how many of my Photo of the Week images have been taken in Ghost Ranch, but I would imagine that the number would be very high on my overall list of locations. Every time I go there the light is different and the place never fails to disappoint. This image was taken last Sunday on one of my private photo tours. Click HERE to read the travel blog written by my client Elena Paschinger and read what she also thought of our day on the back roads of Northern New Mexico.
Monday, November 17, 2014
This church is advertised as one of the most photographed places in New Mexico. That is probably true. Well, it "is" also one of the most photographed places for Steven Bundy Photography too. When I left the house yesterday morning to photograph the first snow in Taos, of course the church was on my places to check out. Luckily I was early enough that the snow was still pristine and not all chewed up with tire tracks. It was pretty dark and overcast still by the time I arrived but I think it add's a little moodiness to the image.
Monday, November 10, 2014
Last night at the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge Overlook turned out to be quite the photographic adventure. When we first arrived at the bridge there was a Big Horn sunning himself on a rock at the edge of the gorge bluff. Next, when we had just pulled into our parking spot a coyote came strolling by giving me quite a few chances to chase & photograph him a he was obviously looking for some scraps from the picnic area. Then the sunset colors started to add a red glow to the Sangre de Cristo mountains to the east and then lastly John with this 1948 Indian motorcycle pulled up with the same mountains adding for a spectacular backdrop. Quite the busy and memorable evening at the overlook.
Monday, November 3, 2014
On our recent road trip we stopped in Indiana both heading back east and then again on our way back towards Taos (I was born in Indiana but hadn't been back there in 43 years). Two things I really wanted to photograph were the covered bridges found throughout the state and also some old barns that still had advertising painted on either the sides or the roof panels. I lucked into this one after quite a few days of nothing worth spending any time with.