Professional Photographer

In my photos I have tried to capture the essences of New Mexico, thru many of  our cultures  that we have here. The  Native Americans  beliefs, and traditions are still guarded by them and  practiced as they were many years ago. You  can visit the older pueblos and see their simple life,  and the pride that they hold in their land.Their dances and ceremonies pay respect to their ancestors, nature and  daily life. They have stayed together as one by being bonded thru their pueblos and leaders.

 The Hispanic culture , customs and family traditions  have a major presence everywhere in  New Mexico, from street names to adobe architecture to art, dance and music. As you travel thru  New Mexico you can  see these two cultures stand alone or intermingle. Please enjoy some of the photos of my rambling travels through out New Mexico.

With my photos of China I was focused on their culture, history and unforgettable faces of the people.

I hope these  memorable images that will resonant long after you view my  photos.

My latest project is  documenting important events for personal use and for a book project Rick Carver, put together, called, ” A Year or So in the Life of New Mexico”.  Fifty artist donated their time and photos for this book.  All the proceeds from the book will go to Esperanza a Shelter for Battered Families in Santa Fe, New Mexico. For more information or to purchase this book please contact  ayearorsonm.com

Please contact Evangeline Chavez at evangelinephotography@gmail.com, if you would like to buy any of her work.

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    You could put in your photo 😉

  11. I teach at a junior college in Abilene, Texas. Teach world civ. and U.S. history. Used to teach anthropology up in Amarillo. Just making ends meet, muddling through until retirement. Ph.D. research in U.S.-Mexican relations, 19th century. What is your field? I thought it must be photography, you do so well.

  12. I enjoy your photos. You catch the unique part of the object. I like your historical comments also. Very good work. Post more.

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