Photography as Abstract – The Holiday Season – Santa Fe Style
First a programming note — of course this is holiday time. I’ve been organized, and I have photos ready to post, but I may not be able to answer all comments, etc., in as timely of a manner. I will read every comment though, as I love them, so please continue to leave them. Thank you so much. Happy Holidays!
Now on to the photo. 🙂
During the winter holiday season, all around Santa Fe, you’ll see farolitos, those small paper bags that are filled with sand and a lit candle, or they can be the electric type also.
A few weeks back, I was walking around at dusk. This was the same night that I took one of those abstract holiday light photos that people seem to like. It was a night with the full moon, and I looked up and the moon was above some roof line farolitos, so I composed this shot.
To me, this sums up the holidays in Santa Fe — farolitos and the night sky, which can be seen so beautifully from this high altitude city (we’re at 7,000 feet).
Shot with my 105mm lens at f/16.
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