Travelogue, Urban Landscape

The Urban Landscape of Albuquerque, New Mexico


A colorful street sign signifies my presence at Marquette Street in downtown Albuquerque.


Commuters in downtown Albuquerque wait for the Rapid Ride.


Observing pattern, repetition, color, light and lines. All that from a brick wall and a telephone pole.


This 1982 Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia is what drew us out to New Mexico in the first place. It was a decent enough specimen except for the really bad exhaust leak. The voices told us no this time. Our quest continues.


Shingles, pigeons and bushes are just a few of the interesting aspects of Raks Building Supply.


While my daughter and girlfriend were playing at a local park I wandered down a dead end road. It was unpaved and lined with several modest and unique homes.


Portrait of a home in Albuquerque.


A school bus and a minivan decorate the yard of this home.


Desert plant life is abundant throughout the area.


Albuquerque is filled with art.


The colors of Old Town Albuquerque.


Seen at a rest stop on 1-25 South.


Sunflowers and modern power.


Old Town ABQ

My family and I have been traveling across the United States in search of a van that will be used to travel across the United States. We will be leaving within the next 9 months. The bus we found on this trip was not the right fit for us, but the trip wasn’t all for naught. I got the opportunity to explore Albuquerque with my K-5.


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