In case you were wondering, this is where the West begins. Step off the pavement and into another realm. Don’t anticipate stepping back onto pavement willingly again.
… or “rock with wings” is a volcanic monadnock near Shiprock, New Mexico, that is sacred to the Navajos.
… boulders of volcanic rock that have fallen from the minette dike emanating from Shiprock, an 1,800-foot-high volcanic plug in northwestern New Mexico.
A few weeks ago, I left my university and drove 2,200 miles to the end of the road. There I pondered enlightenment. I found little solace, so I drove 2,200 miles back to my university.
… on the road to Shiprock in northwestern New Mexico.
This minette dike emanates from Shiprock, itself a volcanic monadnock exposed by erosion of surrounding softer rock, in northwestern New Mexico.
I know, just fuckerizing around.
Inside the old jail in Taos, New Mexico – 2 second exposure to capture the dark feeling of being locked up…
Earthship, Taos, NM
Color version of the b/w shot from yesterday.