Welcome to my blog!  Many of you have seen or followed my blog during the last four years and nearly 200 editions.  Thank you for your patience and comments that made you part of it.  For those of you who have not, you can still view archived blogs at http://darylablackphotographer.blogspot.com/.

Released each Monday, my blog on Zenfolio will feature photographic work I have either made or discovered accompanied by text covering everything from the artistic and photographic process, to history, family history, environmental conditions, nature, and the weather.  I hope you enjoy the new format and possibilities it offers.  

Sawmill District revival

October 30, 2017
Something is afoot in New Mexico's largest city. My old stomping grounds, Albuquerque, is frequently in the news because of crime, and on the political front due to a tro...
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October 23, 2017
On all counts, we are experiencing an extraordinary autumn in northern New Mexico. The aspen were stunning and long lasting, the scrub oak are still presenting themselves...
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the over and under of weaving

October 15, 2017
During the Wool Festival last weekend, answering four basic questions about weaving consumed a good portion of Fred's time in his booth. So I thought it might be good to...
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Wool Festival in review

October 09, 2017
This weekend was the Taos Wool Festival held in Kit Carson Park. From the Friday wind that sent the top of our EZ Up tent flying when we were setting up, to the gorgeous,...
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return to the aspen

October 01, 2017
The weather was perfect this week for another aspen viewing drive, courtesy of U. S. Highway 64 in northern New Mexico. As is frequently the case, the aspen and scrub oak...
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