Category Archives: TenaciousM Travels

#mylens Bapteme de l’air Helicoptere

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For my birthday on September 11th, I decided to take a helicopter ride from Paris to the gardens of Versailles. It was wonderful!!
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#mylens Indian Market Karma

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Indian Market 2017 was amazing. I somehow found myself in the best position to observe and enjoy the diverse cultures within the Native American population. A highlight was jewelry shopping with the legendary actress, Ally McGraw from movies such as “Love Story” and “The Getaway” with Steve McQueen. The latter was filmed at the prison in my hometown, Huntsville, Texas.

Filming for “The Brave” Season 1

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One of the coolest parts of my New Mexico experience is watching the Hollywood invasion. Recently, our Albuquerque office was surrounded by the crew filming the new series, “The Brave”, starring Anne Heche and Mike Vogel, produced by Universal Television and Keshet Studios.

I happened to have a great vantage point from my local office window to capture the crew in action.

#mylens on El Morro New Mexico

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El Morro is located on an ancient east-west trail in Western New Mexico. The main feature is a great sandstone promontory with a pool of water at its base.

#mylens Mt. Taylor Volcano and Lava Beds

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The first photo is a volcano that erupted repeatedly creating Mt. Taylor which is located off Interstate 40 near Grants, New Mexico. Below the mountain are miles of lava beds that show the random flow and distance the lava traveled. Mt. Taylor is a Stratovolcano and was active between 3 and 1.5 million years ago.

Taos, New Mexico from #mylens

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Taos, New Mexico is one of my spiritual touch points. It’s like dancing. It’s impossible to be happy in the middle of it! Here are some shots from the road today.

Windmills from #mylens

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One of the ironies of driving through West Texas is the patterns of industry. Growing alongside the corn and wheat are these massive windmills refusing to be ignored.