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Vintage Coca Cola – an old soda refrigerator

I found this old Coke refrigerator next to an old wood wagon and some prickly pear cactus in Northern New Mexico near Santa Fe and Taos. In fact I photographed this with my students during a photo workshop Christine and I were teaching in Santa Fe/Taos in 2011.

While this was photographed in 2011, I didn’t process and enhance the photo until spring of 2012.

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Sunrise at the Court of the Patriarchs in Zion National Park Utah

In the fall of 2012 I spent over a week photographing at Zion National Park in Utah during the fall foliage season. I was there to scout shooting locations for my 2013 Fall Foliage in Zion National Park Photography Workshop and I photographed this scene at the Court of the Patriarchs at sunrise.

Normally I am not a fan of crystal clear blue skies but actually prefer it in this image. I love the way the blue sky contrasts against the bright orange rocks. It does a perfect job of sharing with you the feeling I had during that crisp, cold morning with temps below freezing and the warmth that suddenly came from those peaks basking in sunlight.

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“Empty Bottles” – New Mexico – Wooden crate of old glass soda bottles

This crate of old soda bottles was photographed in Northern New Mexico in a old fountain drink type of trailer. These old glass soda bottles feature Dr Pepper, Sunkist, and Coca Cola with a rusty old Pepsi sign in the background.

"Empty Bottles" - New Mexico Click on photo to view larger & to purchase prints.

“Empty Bottles” – New Mexico
Click on photo to view larger & to purchase prints.

It was photographed with my Canon 5DmkII and 17-40mm lens. Prints of the photo are available here.

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