Archive for the ‘Image Stream’ Category

Bosque de Apache & VLA

Posted by Enrico Trujillo on February 22, 2014 in Image Stream, Journal, Photographs |

A nice little valentines weekend trip. Spent the weekend in Santa Fe and Socorro. Jeff and I visited the Bosque del Apache on a day when there were no birds. It was beautiful. I was a little disappointed to miss the mass leap into the air of thousands of screeching winged things. Then again, the […]

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Blustering and Blossoms

Posted by Enrico Trujillo on April 15, 2013 in Image Stream, Photographs |

The wind is blowing and the dust is being stirred up. I am just so happy that Spring is here. The buds from a couple weeks ago are bursting open with tiny colorful flowers. I am always a bit taken back by the willows and their long whips of green buds. They seem to sprout […]

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Machine Wilderness

Posted by Enrico Trujillo on December 2, 2012 in Image Stream, Journal |

New Mexico was blessed with a great conference that visited this September. Founded in the Netherlands in 1990, ISEA International (formerly Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts) is an international non-profit organization fostering interdisciplinary academic discourse and exchange among culturally diverse organizations and individuals working with art, science and technology. They held the symposium in Albuquerque, […]

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Gallegos Peak

Posted by Enrico Trujillo on September 19, 2012 in Image Stream, Journal, Landscape, Photographs, Uncategorized |

A random afternoon jaunt to the mountains turns into a long mysterious drive down forest roads and through a stream because of a strange desire to see what is at the end of the road. It is Sunday afternoon and the colors in the mountains are about to change. The nights have been cool and […]

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Mesa Verde National Park

Posted by Enrico Trujillo on September 19, 2012 in Image Stream, Journal, Landscape, Photographs |

I have wanted to visit Mesa Verde for several years. My grandfather, George Gibson, painted a really amazing view of Cliff Palace. I remember noticing the beautiful arching rock formations and the details of the rooms and windows. At the time, the image and place really didn’t have a name in my mind. I think […]

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Procession

Posted by Enrico Trujillo on September 15, 2012 in Image Stream, Journal, Uncategorized |

For some reason a group of people were out on August 25th walking around with horses, a priest, and plenty of umbrellas. I checked online and there were plenty of other saints that share that feast day. I wonder who this group near EspaƱola were honoring?

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Wheeler Peak

Posted by Enrico Trujillo on September 3, 2012 in Image Stream, Journal, Landscape, Photographs |

What do you do when you have a long Labor Day weekend? I want a real trip, someplace fresh and exciting. I want a pool and a bit of a tan on my shoulders. The last few days of summer should be treated like summer, damn it. Entering fall with pale legs and an albino […]

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Serpent Lake

Posted by Enrico Trujillo on July 23, 2012 in Image Stream, Journal, Photographs |

Serpent Lake is an alpine lake located in the Pecos Wilderness of the Santa Fe National Forest of Northern New Mexico. This small but gorgeous lake is located just below an unnamed peak that soars to almost 13,000 feet, and is in walking distance of slightly taller Jicarita Peak. [slideshow] [/slideshow] The trail up to […]

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Summer Flowers on the Plaza

Posted by Enrico Trujillo on July 23, 2012 in Image Stream, Journal, Photographs |

It was a beautiful summer day. Sometime between the Pow-Wow and Fiestas, the days were long and warm. I went out hoping to grab a few shots of colorful things. The winter makes me long for fresh and bright days like this. [slideshow] [/slideshow] [slideshow] [/slideshow]

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Great Sand Dunes

Posted by Enrico Trujillo on July 10, 2012 in Image Stream, Landscape, Photographs |

The park contains the tallest sand dunes in North America, rising about 750 feet (230 m) from the floor of the San Luis Valley on the western base of the Sangre de Cristo Range, covering about 19,000 acres (77 km2). Researchers say that the dunes started forming less than 440,000 years ago. The dunes were […]

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