Alison Jones Photography
Spring Newsletter 2009
www.alisonjonesphoto.com
 
 
Roaming the American Southwest
March 2009: Landscapes and skyscapes that stretch your eyeballs; shallow rivers, sandhill cranes at sunset, roadrunners, blonde grasses, arroyos, palo verde trees, The Oasis Café and Taquieria Lupita, cactus wrens, Hohokam petroglyphs, copper sounds of silence…
 
 

One long fence from the Pacific Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico is bisecting habitats and migrations for jaguar, pronghorn, ocelot, bighorn sheep, Mexican gray wolves, javelina – and humans.  As an ILCP Fellow, I recommend ILCP's documentation of ecological impacts of the Borderlands fence, which I photographed in Douglas, AZ and Sonoyta, Mexico.
Visit My Website for:
More US Southwest photos and reading list from my trip
My home page notes on The Mara Conservancy
My 2009 Calendar and Photo Gallery
My NYC Photographic Coaching
Off-the-beaten-track Travel to Africa or Latin America
My Stock Library spans Africa, Europe and the Americas

 
 

The awe of Georgia O’Keefe’s tomato
reds, intense need to create and bonds
with the Genizaro! From nature, she
fused the abstract and the real.
Her mantra, “Details are confusing,”
became mine for 1500 miles.

 
 
 
 
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