June PUG is up
annsan at nyc.rr.com
Tue Jun 9 20:34:09 EDT 2020
Regarding tree by the bridge.. me three.. either in 1994 or 2001 -
May not have done a study of it, but I recognize the spot.. I think I
photgraphed a couple of dogs having a tussle there.
I'll check my archives.. Taos was a very important place in my life
starting in 1956.
Yeah nice PUG - all on topic and interesting variety
On 6/9/2020 11:18 AM, Daniel J. Matyola wrote:
> Once again, thank you for your efforts on behalf of the group. You always
> do a great job assembling and displaying the images, as well as nagging us
> for contributions.
> It is quite possible that we photographed the same tree. I was there after
> you, in 2016, so I can't claim it's my tree. <G> IIRC, the tree was near
> the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge outside of Taos. The bridge is a major tourist
> mecca, so tit is likely we were both there. It is also an infamous
> location for suicide jumps, and there is a live suicide hotline in the
> middle of the bridge, on each side of the highway.
> It is, unfortunately, a rather small gallery this month, but a nice one in
> any event. My personal favorites are Don's Dried Burrs and Joseph's desert
> Dan Matyola
> On Mon, Jun 8, 2020 at 8:10 PM Brian W <brian-w at lyons-ryan.org> wrote:
>> G'day all
>> An interesting coincidence this month. I'm sure that when I was in the US
>> 2013, I photographed the exact same tree that Dan has posted. I'll put up
>> PESO of my shot in a day or two.
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