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Back in Phoenix Arizona for the winter, with a new puppy

This past weekend I packed up my RV and trailer and left my summer Santa Fe, New Mexico location for my annual winter retreat in Phoenix, Arizona. It was starting to get a bit chilly in Santa Fe and the art festivals in the Phoenix area are just starting to get underway.

By late July, Scrappy already had his own chair outside my RV.

By late July, Scrappy already had his own chair outside my RV.

I didn’t leave Santa Fe alone this year and had the pleasure of sharing my ride with my new copilot Scrappy. A blue heeler Australian cattle dog, this little fellow started hanging around my RV in July looking for scraps of food. He soon had his own chair and eventually started hanging around for companionship in addition to the treats I would give him.

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Fall Serenity – fall foliage along a stream in Santa Fe

This is only my second full summer here in Santa Fe, New Mexico and I have recently found a new photo playground – up in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.

I first scouted the area the other week, then brought our photography workshop students up there for a sunrise shoot. A few days following the photo workshop I returned to spend more time photographing.

Fall foliage and aspen trees in the Santa Fe National Forest

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Rainy day in Santa Fe

It is not often that we get almost a full day of rain here in Santa Fe, NM.

Thanks to a huge monsoon push we are in for a rainy week. Today already we had over an inch of rain before 6pm. In my home state of CT an inch of rain is nothing but out here an inch can cause flash flooding.

This photo was shot with my iPhone 5 looking out my RV window – my view for the entire day as I worked on blog posts and some new photos I hope to be releasing soon. I did a quick enhancement on this in the Snapseed app to really bring out the water droplets. And this blog post was done by the Pressgram app, which I wrote about earlier today.

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