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...Santa Fe and New Mexico...

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...Santa Fe.....
Fall, 2019.
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New Mexico does have the magic light. One of my favourite places to visit:
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...Santa Fe street.....
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...Santa Fe street.....

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...on the street in Santa Fe, Fall, 2019.
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Very nice shots of a lovely town.
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...looking up...Santa Fe.....
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...looking up...Santa Fe.....

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Santa Fe, Fall, 2019.

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...color in Santa Fe.....
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...color in Santa Fe.....

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Santa Fe Plaza.
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Nive Jim!

Here's color in Truth or Consequences NM

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How about northern NM around Santa Fe?

These are from Santa Fe






Santo Domingo


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AirfrogUSMC, you really capture that other-worldliness of the desert light.
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I love El Santuario de Chimayo Airfrog. I'll have to get up there
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Church in ABQ Old Town Square

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I love El Santuario de Chimayo Airfrog. I'll have to get up there
I need to get back to New Mexico. It has been TO LONG since I have been there.
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A couple in color
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Nice Airfrog. I may be able to hit Madrid i the next couple weeks. Waiting on a couple of rolls that just hit the lab from Taos
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...a work in progress.....
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...a work in progress.....

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Santa Fe, Fall, 2019.

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...Santa Fe.....
Fall, 2019.

Is this at Laguna Pueblo?

I really like this BTW.
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How about northern NM around Santa Fe?

These are from Santa Fe






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Very fine black and white work! I enjoyed seeing these. Thanks for posting them.
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There must be a special light ! I guess not easy for photographers to deal with it. The results here are stunning, I like both B&W and colors, well done everybody !
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Lovely images.

So why does the OP post them in a thread conspicuously devoted to street photography?

And why do others play along? If Santa Fe architecture and cityscape is worth its own thread, why not create that thread?

At least Daniel Ingram selected images that feature people walking past the (more heavily featured) Santa Fe architecture. I appreciate that effort.

It is a pity that Frank Jackson is not actively moderating this thread—which leaves it exposed to misunderstanding and misinterpretation at the the very least—but perhaps everyone involved could search their own motives for ignoring, tweaking, tilting, or tweaking the accepted meaning of “street photography” in misdirecting the current and spirit of Frank’s clear directive. If you don’t care about the spirit and essence of candid and street photography, there's still no need to undermine it by co-opting it, as it presently appears.

And maybe a kind and scrupulous moderator would move this material to a thread titled Santa Fe Architecture or something similarly informative and accurate.
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Lovely images.

So why does the OP post them in a thread conspicuously devoted to street photography?

And why do others play along? If Santa Fe architecture and cityscape is worth its own thread, why not create that thread?

At least Daniel Ingram selected images that feature people walking past the (more heavily featured) Santa Fe architecture. I appreciate that effort.

It is a pity that Frank Jackson is not actively moderating this thread—which leaves it exposed to misunderstanding and misinterpretation at the the very least—but perhaps everyone involved could search their own motives for ignoring, tweaking, tilting, or tweaking the accepted meaning of “street photography” in misdirecting the current and spirit of Frank’s clear directive. If you don’t care about the spirit and essence of candid and street photography, there's still no need to undermine it by co-opting it, as it presently appears.

And maybe a kind and scrupulous moderator would move this material to a thread titled Santa Fe Architecture or something similarly informative and accurate.
Hi Robert,

Now that you mention it I see the problem. Maybe someone can move it to the right place. Title it New Mexico so it can be with anything from that area?
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There must be a special light ! I guess not easy for photographers to deal with it. The results here are stunning, I like both B&W and colors, well done everybody !
Hi Robert,

Yes the light there is amazing. The high altitude and dry air make for a light that Adams, Stieglitz, O'Keeffe and many others great artists fell in love with.
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Great idea, Allen. I knew you would understand, being one of the masters of street photography.

And I’m sure there are many street-informed RFF images set in New Mexico, yours included, as well as Vince Lupo and Wenge, that would belong here— in the spirit and precedents and practice that Frank intended by his title. Street photography may well include architecture in its composition and effect, but architecture without the surprises and discoveries conferred by spontaneous unpredictable human presence is a thing apart from street photography.

Cheers to street photography and to architectural photography, and when they meet, here’s to a positive outcome in which architecture plays the supporting role.
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Great idea, Allen. I knew you would understand, being one of the masters of street photography.

And Iím sure there are many street-informed RFF images set in New Mexico, yours included, as well as Vince Lupo and Wenge, that would belong hereó in the spirit and precedents and practice that Frank intended by his title. Street photography may well include architecture in its composition and effect, but architecture without the surprises and discoveries conferred by spontaneous unpredictable human presence is a thing apart from street photography.

Cheers to street photography and to architectural photography, and when they meet, hereís to a positive outcome in which architecture plays the supporting role.
Hi Robert,

I think moving this and renaming it the New Mexico thread is a good idea and I hope that maybe a moderator can do that.

In the mean time something a little more in line with the spirit of street photography. From Taos.


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