Note. This section is always being added to.
THE COLORFULL SOUTHWEST IN BLACK AND WHITE
This is the first part of a travelogue covering a 2800 mile journey through the southwest of the U.S. following the northern section of the old Spanish Trail. More color images will be coming but these are the some of best in black and white.
Above–The Henry Mountains in Utah.
Above and below–The City Of Rocks in southern Idaho.
Below– Capitol Reef National Park in Utah.
Above and below– The Grand Wash at Capitol Reef Utah.
Below– Where the Dirty Devil River enters at the north end of Glen Canyon Utah.
Below– Aspen trees at Fish Lake Utah. At 9000 feet the aspens were already turning gold.
Below– Natural Bridges in Utah.
Below-looking up the sandstone walls to the sky.
Below– Aztec National Monument in New Mexico. One of the very first Pueblos some two thousand years old.
Below–Hohvenweep National Monument in Utah. Towers built on the canyon edge.
Above-Mesa Verde in southern Colorado.
Above-The road to Taos New Mexico.
Above and below–The church of St Francis in Taos New Mexico.
Below–The Taos Pueblo in New Mexico.
Above a house in Taos once owned by a Russian painter.