Combo #581 (Leslie Burnside)

By on December 9, 2017
Lens:  Mumtaz 
Film:  Abbot K20 
Flash:  Leprechaun Tears 
Clarity: 48 • Highlights: -20 • Vibrancy: +41


"In 1880 the first train arrived at the Santa Fe Depot, ending the necessity of a long, dangerous journey on horseback, covered wagon or stagecoach. Today, the Railyard is a lively area in Santa Fe - home to restaurants, art galleries, farmers and craft markets, performance spaces and more. The New Mexico Railrunner Express makes multiple daily runs between Santa Fe and Belen, NM south of Albuquerque. There is a combination of old and new in the area - old warehouses and adobe buildings vs. cutting edge new architecture; rusting rail cars vs. sparkling new Railrunner cars featuring bright graphics of New Mexico’s state bird, the roadrunner. Artist John Pugh painted a wonderful trompe-l’oeil mural on a building overlooking the tracks. I chose this combo to enhance the turquoise, adobe & rust tones found here and everywhere in Santa Fe."
Leslie Burnside


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