Taos Pueblo just north of Taos, New Mexico. May 1989.
Ship Rock, on the Navajo reservation in San Juan county of northwestern New Mexico. There is a town named Shiprock several miles north. Ship Rock can be seen from a large part of the Four Corners area. May 1989.
In Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. April 2006.
Abandoned adobe homestead on US 60 east of Abo, New Mexico, near Salinas. April, 1993.
Santuario, Chimayo, New Mexico. April 1993.
Ruins of Ellizabethtown, Colfax County, New Mexico. Elizabethtown was founded in 1866 and was the first county seat. It peaked at 7,000 residents and had several ups and downs and was dead by 1917. April 1993.
San José de Gracia, Trampas, New Mexico. April 1993.
Ruins near Abiquiu, New Mexico, along US 84. April 1993.
One of the 27 dish antennas, each 82 feet in diameter, that make up the Very Large Array radiotelescope in New Mexico. Several others can be seen in the background. May 1993.
The Cumbres and Toltec RR, operating along the New Mexico-Colorado border. September 1998.
San Francisco de Asis Mission Church, Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico. April 1993.
Ellizabethtown, New Mexico, north-east of Taos. April 1993.
Pueblo Bonito was probably the tallest human habitation in the western hemisphere until surpassed by skyscrapers in New York City in the 1800s. New Mexico. April 2006.