Today I took a trip to Santa Fe with my parents. There isn’t a whole lot there, for being the capital city of New Mexico. No high rises, just a small square in the middle of the city. A lot of artsy shops and Indian jewelry surround the square. It was pretty cold, under 40 degrees, so we didn’t stay long. Yeah yeah, 40 isn’t very cold compared to some places but it’s cold enough not to want to be in.
I’m having some problems with my Camera. Take the image titled “Looking tword the cathedral”, Images that are dark sometimes have some graininess to them. I also find that I get about 2-3 corrupt pictures. I don’t know if this is some problem with the memory card or the camera. There are a few images I took of the monument in the center of the square, where they removed the word savage describing the indians, that were corrupt.
There wasn’t any protesters in the plaza today but there were some along the way.
Edge of town
Near the cathedral
I think this is important because some bloggers just may not get it (regardless of what software you use). Especially the younger types. I don’t talk about my work here. My work photos stay at work. I will often start a blog at work, just as I surf. But only during lunch and break. Unfortunately i have to produce results so i really don’t have a lot of time for this during the day anyways.
Hmm… I’m not even sure what year this was from. I remember going to meet a girl and it didn’t work out. We won’t talk about that. I’m guessing 1998 and I know it was around march. Anyway they were taken with a real crappy disposable camera. They were in much worse shape but iPhoto was able to enhance them pretty well.
This house is located in Rio Rancho on Horne and Northern Blvd. Don’t know who designed but there doesn’t appear to be anyone living there. It’s basically a long tube with a garage stuck on the end.
[Updated: 04/15/04] Tonight on the Channel 7 News they had a story on the weird house in Rio Rancho. It’s designed by Bart Prince and will be featured in an edition of Architectural Digest. Unsurprisingly there is no information on Channel 7′s website.
[Updated 05/19/04:] Here’s an article about the house.
[Updated 09/13/08:] There are a number of other pictures of other Bart Prince houses on Flickr. Here’s just a few:
Google has yet to crawl the new site so a lot of links they have are pointing to pages that don’t exist since I moved the old site to the /old/ directory. Don’t know how to make their robots crawl my site?
I’ve also discovered that Internet Exploder on Windows doesn’t so such a good job rendering the page. So I though it might be a good idea to put a permanent note on the site so those poor fools will know its not the site but their browsers.