This week’s Word Press Photo Challenge is “threes.” To meet this challenge Kongo submits this image of three strings of red chili peppers hung from a house in Santa Fe. In New Mexico, strings of red chili peppers are a symbol of hospitality. Advertisements
During the summer in Santa Fe bands play under a large gazebo and the local community comes to watch, listen, dance (with or without a partner) and generally do their own thing, as this interesting woman is doing dancing by herself and interpreting the music in her own special way. It’s Santa Fe community in spades. See more community images at the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.
When Kongo read about Ailsa’s travel theme this week he immediately thought of the adobe buildings in New Mexico. The image above was taken in Santa Fe in July during an early morning photo shoot. See more brown images at Ailsa’s Where’s My Backpack.
The photo challenge this week is Lines Into Patterns. The image above has a number of intersecting lines and circles within circles from an old machinery wheel sitting against a clapboard shack in New Mexico. See more Lines Into Patterns at the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.
Inside an abandoned train car near Santa Fe, New Mexico. See more “inside” images at this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.
Ailsa’s Travel Theme this week is DISTANCE so Kongo has included a few distance images from travels over the past year. See more distance photos at Ailsa’s Where’s My Backpack blog and join the fun in her weekly theme challenges. The shot above is of downtown San Diego, California. Travel Safe. Have fun.
This week Ailsa’s Travel Theme is BIG. After reading the challenge this image of a large butte rising from a canyon floor at the Ghost Ranch near Abiquiu, New Mexico came to mind. Kongo visited the Ghost Ranch as part of National Geographic Photo Expedition Workshop in July. See more BIG images at Ailsa’s Where’s My Backpack. Related articles NatGeo Photo Workshop: A Review (travel-monkey.me) In Search of Georgia O’Keeffe (travel-monkey.me)