This small mountain range in the southern part of Santa Fe County, New Mexico was one of the prettiest sights in that part of northern New Mexico. They’re visible from the city of Santa Fe and from most other parts of the county as well. This photograph was made near the town of Galisteo southeast of Santa Fe, looking out across the Galisteo Basin.
The Ortiz Mountains were one of my favorite subjects. I often photographed them from the top of La Bajada Mesa just outside Santa Fe, where I saw the side of the mountains opposite the side shown here.
I have more photographs from my years in Santa Fe that I’ll be slowly adding as time goes on.
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The Cricket Doll is reading the old children’s books that I found downstairs.
See the story of the Doll House from the beginning.
This bathtub sat next to this house on Spy Run Avenue in downtown Fort Wayne for a few months before it was finally hauled off to the landfill. Too bad, it was in good condition. Just needed to be repainted.
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After the snow in the house had melted.
Be sure to look at the entire Doll House story if you have not seen it from the beginning.
The snow has melted and the dolls are waking up! Many more photographs are coming soon, the story is not over yet. I hope to visit the dolls again soon.
See all 42 of the Doll House photographs.
Back in July of last year, I was driving through the Waynedale area of Fort Wayne when I saw this doll standing by the stop sign at the corner of Belle Vista Blvd. and Old Trail Rd. I took her picture and continued on my journey. A few hours later I drove by again and she was gone.
See more of my photographs of Waynedale.