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  • November 11, 2019

Candid Tourists and Other Faces

Fellow travelers, what do we see? The here and now, or the virtual and the soon-to-be-posted? Here are some faces

New Orleans Necropolis Journey

On a grey and rainy February afternoon in 2019, I wandered through the historic Lafayette Cemetery.  Located in the heart

Stations of the Cross in San Luis

For a moment I thought my eyes were playing tricks, I had no recollection of a Hispanic Church crested on

Arroyo Seco – 2019

Spending a week in the hills of Valdez, New Mexico, at the Taos Artist Casita was a treat — a

The High Road to Taos

Even if you start from the town of Taos, the scenic byway is called The High Road to Taos. Following President Obama’s

Visiting the Mable Dodge Luhan House

The Mabel Dodge Luhan House has been a center of the Taos art scene for almost a century, hosting the

A Morning at the Taos Pueblo

Step into the past. Remember the inhumanity of the conquest. Ponder about where we are and our future. Taos Pueblo is

On the Rim of the Rio Grande Gorge

Head a few miles north of Taos, New Mexico, and get on highway 64 heading west. Soon you will cross

Walsenburg​ 2019

Walsenburg Colorado is the gateway to the Spanish Peaks area, a place close to my heart. For several years I

Portland Docks

Touring the Pacific Northwest Colleges, I was able to take a catbird seat on the cliffs of the University of