There's nothing I love more than photographing abandoned houses in New Mexico but I shot a few of them while I lived in Maryland too. Abandoned houses in New Mexico are one thing but the abandoned houses in Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia take the creep factor to a whole new level.
All photos in this post were shot with an iPhone 6 SE and edited with Snapseed.
Sandhill Cranes, Snow Geese and Blue Herons
This is the fourth and final post from my December 18th, 2018 trip to Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge near San Antonio, New Mexico.
Click here to see all my posts from Bosque del Apache.
Time Gone By
These images were originally published on a previous incarnation of The Dry Heat Blog on March 1, 2009 following a road trip from Albuquerque, NM to Las Vegas, NV for the annual WPPI convention. So, not only is the town old but so are these photos!
Ashfork is a must-see stop on Route 66 through Arizona. If memory serves, the nine hour drive from Albuquerque to Las Vegas took two and a half days due to all the Route 66 photo stops. It was time well spent!
All of these photos were shot on a Canon 50D with a Lensbaby 2.0 and edited with some fancy Kubota Actions which were purchased at WPPI.
Can't You Read The Sign?
Ramah is a tiny little town on HWY 53 southwest of Grants, New Mexico. In and of itself, it is not a place worth traveling too but it is on the way to some more noteworthy destinations such as the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary, El Morro National Monument and the Bandera Ice Cave.
I am DeAnna Vincent, fine art and portrait photographer in Los Lunas, New Mexico. These are the photos from my everyday adventures.