Jun 182014
Las Vegas, New Mexico - America's Oldest Film Location

Share It!Interested in the history of the old west and film? This is an older documentary but it is chock full of vintage photos and the history of Las Vegas, New Mexico all the way back to its location participation in the earliest silent westerns. According to the film, Las Vegas, New Mexico, was one of the roughest towns in the west with even more killings than Tombstone, Arizona. Rough-riders, gamblers, hangings and shoot-outs were raging in the 1800s in Las Vegas. Watch "Las Vegas, New Mexico – America's Oldest [Read More]

Sep 052013
Kayaking the Rio Grande

Share It!The Rio Grande Bosque in Albuquerque, New Mexico The Rio Grande Bosque in Albuquerque, New Mexico from Brent Hall on Vimeo. A trip down the Albuquerque Bosque portion of the Rio Grande, from Bernalillo to north Albuquerque, during the fall. Trips like these, and many others, are orchestrated by Kelly Gossett, owner of New Mexico Kayak Instruction Inc. Here's the link: www.newmexicokayakinstruction.com New Mexico Kayak Instruction offers whitewater and sea kayak instruction, sales, rentals and adventure travel. Beginner and Intermediate classes are taught year-around in Albuquerque, Santa Fe & Los Alamos, NM. The [Read More]

Sep 052013
Acoma Sky City Sunset and Cloud Timelapses

Share It!Acoma Sky timelapse videos. I just love this big sky out here. Acoma Big Sky Acoma Sunset (Acoma Sky City)   The sunsets out here at Sky City are always fantastic, so I decided to do a time lapse of one. As it approached, I was thinking, man I should have done this a couple of days ago, the sunset was much better then. But just when I thought it was going to fade, it exploded into the most colorful and beautiful sunset yet out here. And that is [Read More]

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