Yesterday morning, we had a quick downpour before the sun came out and polished the sky to a brilliant blue.  Because of the rain, I discovered something beautiful that I hadn’t noticed before–SPIDER WEBS:


See ya later!

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Before I continue with more images from our trip to New Mexico, I just wanted to announce that my husband, Jim Berger and I have formed a new company: Mystic Weddings, LLC   We are so excited and cannot wait to create a new website and blog dealing with this aspect of our lives together.  Of course, Photos under the Sun will remain intact and the blog will continue to cover nature, landscapes and portraiture!  I want to say a special thanks to our friend Anne Daré, for creating our beautiful logo.  Here is a link to About Mystic Weddings.  Stay tuned for more of New Mexico and of course, the announcement of a new website.

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New Mexico is ablaze with color everywhere, in pots, in gardens, in fields, on the walls, in the sky–just everywhere!  It made my heart sing loud and long.  On our recent trip there, we had an added bonus–the Aspens were in their full Fall glory.  The first evening we went to Hyde Memorial State Park, outside of Santa Fe, the sky was dark and threatening.  A few days later, that brilliant New Mexican sky was back and we spent hours in the Aspens’ thrall.Aspens-3Aspens-5Aspens-6Aspens-7Aspens-8Aspens-9Aspens-10Aspens-11



Another few days, and we would have missed the colors’ peak.  What good timing!


There was a golden glow all around us:


Come back soon for more colors of New Mexico!


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Our first day after reaching Santa Fe, we visited this awe-inspiring park of Pueblo and Spanish church ruins.  The Pecos Pueblo dates back more than a thousand years and for more information on these fascinating ruins, click here.  It is only 25 miles outside of Santa Fe and well worth a trip.  I could have spent many hours more there and the light and shadows that were all around took  me back to my days when I reveled in photographic chiaroscuro.  To get a sense of the Kiva, I climbed down into the underground and had I had the time, would willing have come back several times to get the play of light throughout the day.  Here are some images from that day.  I’ll also have a video later:















Up next, I’ll have some images of the glorious Aspens which were at their peak the weekend we visited:  Y’all come back, now!!


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