Bridge over the Rio Grande, New Mexico, 2011.
More and more I love twilight – it allows a greater focus on line and color, and – as in this case – nothing done in Lightroom except removing one dust spot with extreme prejudice. It took me 2 hours to find the frame I wanted and wait for the light, but then I just let the light do it’s thing. Nikon D3s, 14mm, 30 seconds at f/22, ISO 200
Sitting here in Santa Fe wishing desperately I could stick around for a few days. Love this town. Spent yesterday evening at the Rio Grande and this morning we drove along the Rio Grande Canyon until it spit us out and we arrived in Santa Fe in time to check into the Hacienda at Hotel Santa Fe and take what was the first shower in a time frame I would prefer not to mention. This is my last evening traveling with Corwin and tomorrow Jessie and I take him to Albuquerque and kick him to the curb. From there we move south and east, to Dallas, then down to Houston, and along the gulf in a mad rush – I know, too fast – to Atlanta where I’ve got a tweet-up/meet-up evening planned for April 12th at 7pm at Zack Arias’s studio and y’all are welcome to come. Then I’m off to Italy for workshops in Cinque Terre, Tuscany, Venice and a week on a sailboat with 5 lucky participants in Croatia before coming back.
I’ll try to check in but my big priority over the next 10 days, aside from getting to Atlanta for my flights to Italy, is getting the next big deadline on the book finished. I’d like to shoot a little here and there, and I’ll check in on the blog and Twitter as I have reception and time, but I thought I’d let you know the lay o’ the land.