This week’s photo is of the San Miguel Mission in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Built from adobe originally in 1610 it’s claimed as the oldest church in the United States.
My list of 7 great things to do while visiting Santa Fe, New Mexico. This city isn’t huge but it’s full of art, culture and history.
This week’s picture is of an old wagon in a field, with a small cabin in the distance. View the large high quality image for intricate detail in the wagon’s wooden wheel.
High quality pictures from my late afternoon trip to Santuario de Guadalupe as storm clouds rolled in. An adobe church in Santa Fe, New Mexico, over 200 years old it holds much historic and religious significance, and is the oldest shrine to Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Photos from my visit to Santa Fe’s Loretto Chapel. Built in 1878 and featuring the famous unusual helix shaped spiral staircase, the subject of so much mystery and allure a movie was made about it.
A spiny lizard sunbathes on the side of a rock. Picture taken in Southwest New Mexico. While hiking at the Gila Cliff Dwellings I stumbled across multiple lizards, their scales so spiky I found them to be very unique and interesting.
Photos from my visit to the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi, more commonly known as the St. Francis Cathedral church. It is located in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. With hundreds of years of history it’s a can’t miss on your visit to the city. It’s not Santa Fe’s only well known and culturally significant church either. More to come!
The first stop on my New Mexico road trip was the Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument. The main attractions here are the well preserved dwellings perched high up the side of a cliff; inside natural caves once lived in by the native Mogollon peoples over 700 years ago.
A picture of Our Lady of Guadalupe shrine and the Santuario de Guadalupe Church located in historic Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Video and pictures of the Carlsbad Caverns bat flight. Bats flying out of their cave and into the beautiful sunset on a warm summer evening in Carlsbad, New Mexico.