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  • Capilla de Santa Rita
    1440,931
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  • Stronghold House, Hovenweep

    The hand of humankind has been present in the four corners area for millennia, sometimes with a light and mysterious touch in a beautiful but grudging homeland. The Ancestral Puebloans left signs of their mysterious presence all over Four Corners, with such places as the pueblos at Mesa Verde, Chaco Canyon and Hovenweep (pictured here).

    527,960
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  • San Francisco de Asis

    When I first saw this church in Taos Pueblo, I was impressed by it's magnificent form and its simple design. It has been interpreted by Georgia O'Keeffe, Paul Strand, and Ansel Adams among countless other painters and photographers and I could not resist the challenge. Its mysterious sculptural form, created out of the indigenous building materials of adobe and wood, has been portrayed by more artists than any other church in the United States. I didn't want to just record what it looks like, I wanted to suggest the timeless architecture, full of transfiguring energy.


    Technical Aspects
    Camera: 2 1/4 X 2 1/4 Hasselblad
    Lens: 50mm f/4 CF Zeiss Distagon
    Film: Kodak Panchromatic B&W Negative Film
    Filter:circular polarizer

    864,864
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  • Picuris Sunrise
    1152,922
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  • Santa Rosa de Lima, Abiquiu, New Mexico
    1269,960
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  • San Lorenzo
    "We have lived upon this land from days beyond history's records, far past any living memory, deep into the time of legend. The story of our people and the story of this place are one single story. No man can think of us without thinking of this place. We are always joined together"

    Tribal Manifesto

    1400,931
    Not For Sale
  • Penitente Morada
    1400,820
    Not For Sale
  • St. Francis de Asis
    1440,957
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  • San Geronimo
    1400,927
    Not For Sale
  • Kiva Ladder
    1222,960
    Not For Sale
  • San Jose de Gracia, Las Trampas, NM
    1363,960
    Not For Sale
  • The Raven and the Ruins, Hovenweep
    We hiked to the Castle and beneath a canopy of trees we ate our lunch. The air was cool and the sun was setting in the indigo sky. Out of nowhere, dark, gray clouds blew in, masking the sun and dropping the temperature about fifteen degrees. It drizzled sporadically for about an hour. Suddenly the clouds parted and sunbeams bathed the ruins in light. We were cognizant to all of the natural wonders and beauty of the ruins. I had never been so impressed by an act of nature. In this desert of mystery and mysticism, it felt as if an ancient Anasazi God had been watching over us. Above, ravens arced across the sky. "Like a Blessing" I thought, "Like a gift".
    1440,932
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  • 1333,960
    Not For Sale
  • Tres Cruces
    639,960
    Not For Sale
  • Grandfather Is Calling
    691,864
    Not For Sale
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"We have lived upon this land from days beyond history's records, far past any living memory, deep into the time of legend. The story of our people and the story of this place are one single story. No man can think of us without thinking of this place. We are always joined together"

Tribal Manifesto

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