S: Lincoln County Photography Book Project
1: Individual Thinking Lincoln County Photography Book Project
2: Taylor | Herb | Emberleigh | Julia | Bob | Andy
3: Introduction In the summer of 2012, a class of six students and their instructor got together every Tuesday and Thursday for a class called 'Lincoln County Photography Book Project'. This project was all arranged and edited by the class with Lincoln County and ENMU in mind. All students and instructor each brought something different to this book. No individual is ever alike. That is why this book is designated as Individual Thinking.
4: Andy Carter | You don't take a photograph, you make it. Ansel Adams
20: Emberleigh | “When I get ready to talk to people, I spend two thirds of the time thinking what they want to hear and one third thinking about what I want to say.” -Abraham Lincoln-
21: Keep playing with dolls, you're never to old to get imaginative.
22: Everybody needs a good butterfly picture, | about as much as everybody needs wall decor for their home.
23: Who would leave home when there is forest in their backyard?
24: Some people just want to watch the sky burn.
26: I would love just one moment to stare into the abyss.
27: Look for answers and you have a purpose, find those answers and suddenly lack a purpose, find a purpose and then you have all the answers.
28: Both an old, and a new favorite churchyard photograph: Church, Graveyard, Houses, and Steel Mill, April 2007 (after Walker Evans, November, 1935) Houses and graveyards, together, are a theme in Walker Evans' FSA work. This overview includes three shots from his first FSA assignment. Today, most of the mill is gone, replaced by a casino. Bob Niece
29: Church in graveyard, San Patricio, NM. 6/28/2012
31: For me, photography has always been about Black and White Film. | Left: Saint Jude of Thaddeus San Patricio NM 6/28/12 Opposite Page: Top: Moonrise, NM Space Museum Bottom: Vera Cruz Mountains, Nogal, NM 7/12/12 Right: Little Beer Fire 7/12/12
32: Saint Jude of Thaddeus San Patricio, NM | Decorated Grave San Patricio, NM | Three Crosses I-81,Staunton, VA | St Francis of Assisi Tularosa home
33: I first moved to New Mexico five years ago. The light is different here during times of the day. I feel blessed by the full, almost horizontal sunlight, coupled with the wide variety of things to photograph in it. Left: Route 54/70, Alamorosa, NM Below: Evening Sunshine, Tularosa, NM
34: I love the colors of Lincoln County. | The Hondo Valley along Route 70 was home to many fresh fruit stands in the past. This business has been run by the same family since 1947
36: Churches in Ruidoso ...................... Church Photographs by Herb Brunell
39: .....Churches in ......New Mexico.....
43: Church Photographs by Herb Brunell
44: SWAPAHA Photography
45: “Do you fall in love often?" Yes often. With a view, with a book, with a dog, a cat, with numbers, with friends, with complete strangers, with nothing at all.” -Jeanette Winterson
47: “If I had a flower for every time I thought of you... I could walk through my garden forever.” -Alfred Tennyson
48: “Try to realize it's all within yourself, no one else can make you change, and to see you're only very small and life flows on within you and without you.” -George Harrison
50: “You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life.” -Albert Camus
51: Ruidoso High School | Forever Warriors
52: Not the End of Thinking...