LAP: Steve Landeros


I've always wanted to photography White Sands, but I'm waiting until I have the right camera to do so. White Sands has been famously photographed and I feel the need to have a camera with movements to ensure great detail across the dunes. Until then, I enjoy looking at sand dune photos such as these from Steve Landeros.

LAP - Salt by Murray Fredericks


This weekend hosted several gallery openings for Fraction of a Second. There were several wonderful photos on display, but what caught my attention was the documentary Salt playing at the UNM art museum.

Sandia snowstorm

Sandia Mountains covered in snow
Sandia Mountains covered in snow
I have yet to find a decent vantage point of the Sandias that isn't from the crest or west of the Rio Grande. It snowed a ton so I thought I'd hike around and try to find a nice vantage point.

Snowshoe hike to WIlliams Lake

Mount Taylor rises above Williams Lake
Mount Taylor rises above Williams Lake
Last weekend, my friend Dusty Deen and I showshoed to Williams Lake in the Taos Ski Valley near Taos, New Mexico.

Cabazon Peak New Mexico

Cabazon Peak, New Mexico (panoramic)
Cabazon Peak, New Mexico
(3-photo panoramic)
Here are the photos I captured from my recent trip to Cabazon Peak.