5:29:45 am, July 16, 1945 35 miles southeast of Socorro, New Mexico in the Jornada del Muerto desert Jack Aeby steadied his camera and in quick succession clicked three frames. At the same time Berlyn Brixner raised his motion picture … Continue reading
These Days “Well I’ve been out walkin’ I don’t do that much talkin’ these days These days These days I seem to think a lot About the things that I forgot to do…for you And all the times I had … Continue reading
Earth Day 2012 reports a half a dozen wars, your brothers out of work and the governments on the blink. The price of goods is on the rise, there’s no fish left in the sea. Floods are deeper, droughts are … Continue reading
‘Just as we should cultivate gentle and peaceful relations with our fellow human beings, we should also extend that same kind of attitude towards the natural environment. Morally speaking, we should be concerned for our whole environment.’ Dalai Lama
This gallery contains 29 photos.
Art As Social Commentary. ” All religions, arts and sciences are branches of the same tree. All these aspirations are directed toward ennobling man’s life, lifting it from the sphere of mere physical existence and leading the individual towards freedom” … Continue reading
It’s the one day of the year all around this lovely blue marble that people of many nations and cultures celebrate with songs of good cheer, love and family. There are also many songs that celebrate the beauty of our … Continue reading
There are more stories and songs about candles than there ever will be about a porch light. Northern New Mexico, home of the Lower Farm is a place of ritual with a distinctive blend of Western, Indian and Spanish culture … Continue reading