To keep from pathetically staring at one another wondering what to do with ourselves with this new way of life for Richard called ‘retirement’, we decided a road trip was needed and headed to Santa Fe and Taos.
Richard captures moments and places with photographs.
San Jose de Garcia Catholic Church (1780), Las Trampas, on the High Road between Taos & Santa Fe.
This is our favorite photo…until Richard did the black & white one of the Taos Pueblo graveyard. So much works on this photo…
The opening panel at the sacred art exhibit at the History Museum: “Creativity and spirituality have been a pervasive social phenomena from the beginning of human history; without an interest in the humanities, in personal ethics and values, as manifest in everyday life, we lose our ability to contribute to the greater good of humanity.” Well said.
Oh my gosh! The “Creativity and spirituality…” quote is exactly on what my Master’s degree and two years of classes we’re based! Ya gotta love that quote for many reasons.
Somehow that doesn’t surprise me. It would be fun to talk about your insights into this. Maybe over a glass of wine?
You are a good writer. I’ve loved other things you read or gave us and of course we love Richard’s picturres, always. This will be fun to enjoy retirement with you.