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Lesson 1: Pre-Dawn Photography #1

I haven’t really gotten to play with my new camera much. I have taken a bunch of random photos, but not really discovered what I am doing with it yet. 317 more words

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The Rio Grande Gorge

Just a few miles northwest of Taos, the Rio Grande Gorge splits the flat landscape. I visited early in the morning of each of the days that we were in Taos. 156 more words

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Taos Pueblo

Taos Pueblo is the northernmost pueblo in New Mexico. People have resided in Taos Pueblo for over 1,000 years. Today, four to six families live regularly in the pueblo, which has no running water or electricity. 186 more words

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San Francisco de Asis

San Francisco de Asis, in Rancho de Taos, was built in the late 1700s. The church is gorgeous and has been the subject of work by Ansel Adams, Georgia O’Keeffe and hundreds of other artists. 31 more words

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The Taos County Courthouse Murals

The old Taos County Courthouse on Taos Plaza was completed in 1934. That year, the Works Progress Administration commissioned four artists – Emil Bisttram, Ward Lockwood, Bert Phillips and Victor Higgins – to paint ten murals on the walls of the court room. 84 more words

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Taos

Shops on the Plaza in Taos.

Hotel La Fonda on the Plaza

Doc Martin was the town physician. Today his house in the Inn of Taos and his medical office is a wonderful restaurant. 284 more words

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Along the High Road to Taos

The “High Road” runs from Santa Fe to Taos. ¬†Along the way, you pass through several small towns, including Las Trampas, Truchas, Cordova, and Chimayo, the home to the Santuario de Chimayo. ¬† 72 more words

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