Posts Tagged ‘nm’

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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Taos Valley Overlook

Posted by Enrico Trujillo on March 17, 2013 in Photographs, video |

Took a nice little hike alone a few weeks ago. The sun was out and Spring was on the way. It snowed but the sun burnt through the stuff in a few hours. It was a good day to get out and enjoy … just enjoy. Sorry about the narration on the video. One of […]

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Pilar in winter

Posted by Enrico Trujillo on March 5, 2013 in Journal, Landscape, Paintings, Sketches |

It was a cold and grey day in Pilar but the yellow grasses and red willow branches brightened up the landscape.  

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Forest Road

Posted by Enrico Trujillo on March 4, 2013 in Journal, Landscape, Paintings, Sketches |

This week I wanted to start making time to paint. I don’t usually schedule a time to sit down and make an image. This has probably been a mistake. This image is from a trip to Abiquiú. The view is pretty familiar to people who have driven down Forest Road 151.  

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Taos Artists

Posted by Enrico Trujillo on December 2, 2012 in video |

Last year I noticed that a group photo of the artists of Taos was being done. Over the radio, they announced that Lenny Foster would be taking photos at a big party held at the KTAO Solar Center. They were putting quite a bit of effort in to the event. It is a nice opportunity […]

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Pilar in Fall

Posted by Enrico Trujillo on October 24, 2012 in Landscape, Photographs |

Pilar (previously known as Cieneguilla) is a small town on the edge of Taos County. It is located along the rift that directs the Rio Grande through northern New Mexico. The name comes from the Spanish word “ciénaga” which means “marsh” or “marshy place”. The swampy ground is caused by several streams running across a […]

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