Sunday, May 06, 2018

Simple and intricate





I was wandering around Taos Plaza looking for obscure mechanical elements to photograph. That dictated ducking into alleys as I am wont to do. Then there was the appealing Orthodox Jewish family that I tracked for several blocks, hoping to capture their black attire, yarmulkes and payot (sidelocks) that seemed more at home on Manhattan's Lower East Side than Taos. Coming up empty I placed myself smack dab in the middle of the plaza in order to capture the budding trees and sky above me.

The intricacy of trees never ceases to amaze.


1 comment:

Daryl Black said...

Well, well, these two images knocked my socks off, Steve! Great rendering of the black and white, and I adore the nature of the branches. Amazing shots. Thanks for posting them.