The Making of Ansel Adams’ iconic Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico Photograph

Did you know that Ansel Adams' most famous photograph was shot in New Mexico?  Watch this video to see him and his son describing how he captured this iconic
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Taos Gorge Photograph by In Light of Nature Photography

Gorgeous capture of the Rio Grande flowing through the Taos Gorge by In Light of Nature Photography. Image by In Light of Nature
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Indian Pueblos in Northern New Mexico

This is a wonderful resource for locating various Indian Pueblos in Northern New Mexico, along with a brief history, notable events and feast days when outsiders are welcome to visit. We especially love seeing the translation for each tribe's name. Image: Taos Pueblo Powwow by Geraint Smith
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Tsankawi Ruin at Bandelier

A great outdoor excursion to do as the temperatures cool this time of year is the 1.5 mile walk along the mesa of Tsankawi Ruin.  Located on Hwy 4 just past the "Y" where the highway forks off to Los Alamos, Tsankawi Ruin is part of the Bandelier National Monument. The trail requires climbing
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Middleton River Ranchito Property

For someone looking to get away from it all in a secluded cabin in the country with river access, check out this property! Located on 100 acres near Villanueva State Park, about 1 hour southeast of Santa Fe, this property includes a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom  steel and glass cabin with an outdoor
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New Mexico Green Chile Stuffed Crust Pizza Recipe

Who doesn't love pizza?  We'd be hard pressed to think of anyone we know who doesn't at least have a soft spot for the iconic cheesy pie.  And in New Mexico, when we can add green chile to some foodstuff we already love?  Well, that's a no brainer! Plenty of restaurants around Santa Fe offer
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The New Mexico State Fair

Running now through September 17th is The New Mexico State Fair at Expo New Mexico in Albuquerque.  With a ton of offerings including entertainment, rides, animal attractions, arts and crafts, car shows and more - this is your chance to experience a traditional state fair with all the fun you can
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Santa Fe’s First Theatre Walk – September 16th from 3:00 – 6:00 pm

Coming up this Saturday, September 16th is The First Theatre Walk in Santa Fe. Hosted by Theatre Santa Fe and running from 3:00 - 6:00 pm, this family-friendly and free event includes short performances from fourteen different theatre companies in town, food trucks on hand, street performers,
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Red Rainbow by In Light of Nature Photography

Inspiring shot of a rainbow over San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico by In Light of Nature
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Opera on the Rocks at Bandelier

The Santa Fe Opera's 2017 season has now ended but you can still get your opera on here in Northern New Mexico. Coming up on September 30th, check out Opera on the Rocks at Bandelier!  In its sixth year, this production is presented by The Los Alamos Opera Guild of The Guilds of The Santa Fe
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