Sunday, January 11, 2015

This just in from Cuba


The post about Sr. Hernandez two weeks ago sparked the most attention in while. That’s mighty gratifying and it sparks my interest in digging deeper into the lore and legend of sheep ranching in these parts. More will be revealed.




These shots are a combination of ones taken in January 2011 and from my recent visit with Victor. There’s a paucity of copy in this one probably because I have paucity of ideas for same. The older ones in color give a better sense of the breadth of my beloved Taos Plateau with the Sangre de Cristos reaching skyward in the distance. They also do a better job of connecting Victor and his perros to the sheep grazing on the llano.

5 comments:

Steve Immel said...

Two people have tried to comment without success this morning. Thanks to Daryl and Anonymous for the heads up. If you see this and are so inclined please try it yourself. Much appreciated.

Steve Immel said...

Mine went through. Nothing like talking to yourself.

Anonymous said...

Another test.

John Farnsworth said...

Hello, hello, anybody in there?

John Farnsworth said...

Hello, hello, anybody in there?