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Pojoaque Pueblo Museum

Posted by
Anthony Thomason Photography (Phoenix, United States) on 23 May 2009 in Architecture and Portfolio.

The entranceway to the Pojoaque Pueblo Museum in New Mexico.

Thanks for stopping by, I appreciate your time and energy. Be encouraged, your constructive critique is welcome.
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Janine Kelly from kitchener, Canada

Have you been travelling? If so, lucky you!

25 May 2009 2:09am

@Janine Kelly: I have been traveling. this NM trip kept me from home for 3-weeks straight. I'm back home beore a finishing trip back to Santa Fe, then I'm off to Texas for three weeks, in June. That's not even mentioning the trips leading up to these. My family doesn't much care for trips, but we are grateful for the work!...and on a couple of levels the travel is fun and interesting.

Denise from Duncannon, United States

Quite and interesting photo, at first glance I thought it was in miniature. Some day I will travel west of the Mississippi.

25 May 2009 1:24pm

@Denise: Not at all mimiature. The top of the stone archway is about 12-14 feet tall. I wanted to focus on the design on the door, but instead took in the entire entryway. Good luck with your travels!

Mr Tambourine from Great Malvern, United Kingdom

Sweet...its like a childhood dream...:)

6 Jul 2009 10:49pm

@Mr Tambourine: A doorway to great adventures!