Madrid and Hwy 14

Our time in Santa Fe at an end, we decided to take Hwy. 14 (aka the Turquoise trail) to Albuquerque. Along the way we spotted a wanna be park. Lots of interesting statues and sculptures. In the end it was this gate that caught my attention. It was in the middle of nowhere (a bit of Blazing Saddles esq).

Along the way we spotted a ‘wanna be’ park. Lots of interesting statues and sculptures. In the end it was this gate that caught my attention. It was in the middle of nowhere (a bit of Blazing Saddles esq).

The colors and the textures were great. I wish I had built this.

A short while later we stopped in Madrid (a location in the movie Wild Hogs). This old house is nearby, and more interesting than any of the set locations.

This old house is nearby, and more interesting than any of the set locations.

While I was shooting, a local stopped to chat. He said that the owner (who had lived there longer than he had – 34 years vs. 33 years) wanted the house to be a symbol of “where we have come from and where we are going.


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