Northern New Mexico is a magical place. Ansel Adams said the blue sky was unlike any he had seen anywhere in his travels. It was while staying with patroness of the arts, Mabel Dodge Luhan in Taos that Ansel finally came to the decision to give up a career as a concert pianist and dedicate himself to photography.
The region is replete with numerous small towns, villages, and First People pueblos, both occupied and abandoned.
We will stay three nights in the heart of Santa Fe, followed by three nights in Taos. Each day we will travel to sites that will inspire and delight, with free time to explore the wonders of Santa Fe and Taos on your own. We will conclude the workshop by taking the “high road” from Taos through Chimayo to visit the renowned Sanctuario and share a farewell lunch at the famed Rancho de Chimayo restaurant, before returning to Albuquerque.
Join Steve Anchell for a photographic excursion from the adobe splendor of Santa Fe and Taos to Native American pueblos, the Rio Grande Gorge, soaring limestone cliffs, and endless cloud strewn skies found nowhere else.
Emphasis will be placed on landscape, people, and travel photography.
All levels of expertise are welcome - digital or film, cell phone or 4x5 view camera.
Enrollment is limited to 10 participants. There are 3 spaces remaining.
For more information: New Mexico Photo Workshop or call 503.884.3882