Monday, February 27, 2012

O'Keeffe Country



 The scenery is spectacular when driving to Ghost Ranch where Georgia O'Keeffe owned a house and painted the landscape for a number of years before moving to Abiquiu.  It is familiar territory if you're familiar with her paintings. 

21 comments:

  1. de magnifiques paysages qui font rever

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  2. Just beautiful! O'Keefe's work is such a treasure and the real deal is too.

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  3. Spectacular is the right word to describe these landscapes. Well done, Kate!

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  4. wow, I would love to be able to walk around out there.

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  5. Landscape that is inspireing to many talents.

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  6. The unique formations with their colors that drew Georgia O'Keefe to these barren cliffs, still inspire the artists of this generation. She had a vision!

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  7. It looks very familiar, looks like scenes around my area too.

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  8. Do love O'Keefe...and shame on me for visiting the area but not making the time to visit Ghost Ranch!

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  9. Such gorgeous places and photos! Thank you. Makes we want to trip west now!

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  10. Gosh Kate, such great images, rough and impressive terrain indeed!

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  11. Love this fabulous scenery. Super photos.

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  12. I can see why she was inspired. Amazingly beautiful landscapes!

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  13. Gorgeous: I would feel the urge to paint it myself...

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  14. Oh, how beautiful, Kate! You're making me long for those desert vistas and colors! Have you visited the O'Keefe Museum in S.F.?

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  15. Stunning country Kate. I love Georgia O'Keefe's work so it's wonderful to see your photos Kate. Great captures of the landscape.

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  16. It is pretty interesting country, Kate.

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  17. Absolutely beautiful! I really love the rocks in the Southwest.

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  18. Amazing eroded shapes and colours. Great shots.

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  19. Nature is amazing sculptor. Thank you for these photos.

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  20. I've been here - and my first associations were 'Ah, Georgia O'Keefe territory!' The colors, the forms, that light, that sky . . .

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