Monday, September 19, 2011

the village of Corrales

I went to the grower's market in Corrales yesterday and I also drove around taking photos - one of which was this beautiful bed of cosmos - aren't they gorgeous?


These are little ristras of garlic, onions, and shallots. The girl behind the table was stringing a ristra of chamisa, which I had never seen. It was pretty! I think I got part of it in one of my other photos.

Oh the red chile - it was crazy red. There wasn't a lot but I sure wanted to bring some home.

The first pumpkins I've seen. They had these set up in a long vertical line and I thought they made a nice photo, with the lines, the black shadows and grey concrete.

A basket of chile, all colors!

Today I am headed to Curves, then to pick up photos, then back in the studio all day - I have SO much work to do. Oh, and I would like to remind all of you who live in Albuquerque:
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 IS THE FUNDRASER AT FLYING STAR (Coors and Alameda NW) for the ALAMEDA STUDIO TOUR
Please come and eat at the restaurant. You can come any time during the day, but we will be there at 5pm and later. We will be passing out brochures and 10% of Flying Star's proceeds for that day will benefit the tour. Come out and visit and have some great food!











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