An exhibition at the Smithsonian Museum of American Art. The paintings are outstanding, although the images are a bit small.
Posted at 11:26 AM in American Southwest, Americana, Museum (U.S.) | Permalink
These two items might look a bit ordinary at first glance, but if you look at the enlargements, you'll see something quite impressive --
Black-and-White Storage Jar with Abstract Geometric Motifs, 1890s, Ácoma, New Mexico, United States (ceramic earthenware and pigment)
Polychrome Storage Jar with Macaw and Floral Motifs, 1880s, Ácoma, New Mexico, United States (ceramic earthenware and pigment)
Posted at 10:18 PM in American Southwest | Permalink
Today we have the work of nature photographer Joseph Holmes.
Holmes' online Gallery thus far contains 118 fine photos.
Here are some that I particularly liked --
All of the above-listed pictures are of the western United States. I think that my favorite, however, just might be this one from the East -
Blueberries and granite, Maine.
Posted at 03:41 PM in American Southwest, Nature, Photography | Permalink
Hidden canyons of the Southwest (26 photos).
Posted at 09:12 AM in American Southwest | Permalink