Hi all, It’s been about 6 months or so since I moved this blog over to a self-hosted site at http://www.lomimonk.com and I wanted to be sure everyone, especially those of you that have subscribed to this blog via e-mail … Continue reading
I received a good response to my previous post on Monday about the Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos/ Muertos y Marigolds) Parade that took place on Sunday 11/7/2010 in the South Valley of Albuquerque and so I … Continue reading
The other day I wrote about the inspiration I receive from the annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. It is true, I do garner quite a bit of inspiration from this wondrous event. But that doesn’t mean that I am out … Continue reading
Craft and Vision, which I am a huge fan of, has released another in their series of Print And Process ebooks today. Written by photographer Mitchell Kanashkevich this series of photographs takes the viewer through Kanashkevich’s journey to the East … Continue reading
Another shot of the blue-eyed horse from the ranch. He’s a nice fellow but a bit of a leadfoot. I’ve been trying to capture one particular shot that my wife saw in an art gallery in Taos some years ago … Continue reading
He’s a friendly guy, this guy, with the blue eye.
My sister-in-law inspired me yesterday to dig through my archives to discover any hidden gems that might be hidden there. Here is one. This was shot in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico over a year ago. The churches in the old section … Continue reading
Just a little something to keep things going. I don’t know why I like this image, it has just pleased me since I took it. Maybe it’s something to do with the textures, or the colors, or the remnants of … Continue reading
I went for a little walk through the archives tonight and came across this one that I had passed over before. Shot in Chinatown in San Francisco in 2008.