|Abandoned store at Ocate, NM 120, at the end of the pavement. What a roof. It breathes "weathered."What a painting to be.|
|Weathered adobe, wood and geography at Ocate.|
So it was this trip. Rusting tin roofs. Drooping wooden rafters. Vacant windows. Peeling adobe. Eroding granite and limestone in the mountains. But to really discover weathered, you have to get off the main roads, take the less traveled roads, slow down and look and feel.
|Abandoned dugout in a nameless Texas Panhandle canyon.|
|Abandoned church at San Isidro cemetery on NM 94, tin, adobe, wood, mountains, graves, weathering away.|
|More than man-made posts weathers...eroding Hermit's Peak, from dead end NM 266 near San Ignacio.|
|The "Tooth of Time" weathered landmark on old Santa Fe Trail, on NM 26, near Cimarron.|