Sunday, February 19, 2023

Sun ,Song and a Splash of Color

Red Window, Silver City, New Mexico

La Morada de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, Taos, New Mexico

Window on the Plaza, Taos, New Mexico

Last week I opened with the admission that I had little to say and that the images would have to suffice. Then I prattled on for some 600 words about my encounter with the Limeliters during those halcyon days of sun, surf and song. At least sun and song. Today, I’ll be true to my word when I tell you that here are a few more photographs that vie for a place in my Spot Color portfolio, on my website and for inclusion in Peggy’s and my late August show at Wilder Nightingale.

Monhegan Patterns, Monhegan Island, Maine

Art Deco in Silver City

If this isn’t the least wordy post ever, it’s close.

1 comment:

Blacks Crossing said...

Thanks for continuing to share your Spot Color portfolio with us to start our Monday. We New Mexicans are spoiled by sunshine, and the color you highlight in each image brings some of that to us while we remain under grey skies. The Red Window in Silver City is stunning, and attracting our eyes to just a hint of red on your Monhegan Pattern was a wonderful, tricky, and subtle use of color. The photographs speak for themselves. Your August exhibit is going to be a winner!