Tagged: family

New Mexico Piñon

Piñon is a very prevalent part of the culture in New Mexico. In peak seasons, you can often see men, women and children picking these nuts off trees, and the ground surrounding these trees, that line streets and highways. Many...

Photojournalism: Who, What and How?

The Golden Age of photojournalism supposedly passed long ago. Or did it? Many photographers’ work speaks for itself, and seems to disagree. Never before has photojournalism been more prevalent and available. With the technological advances in photography, and the internet...

#Selfie (Book Review)

  Story and photo by Anyassa Vasquez (Reposted by WebMaster B2X) #Selfie is a documentary photography book by Samantha Manriquez. Its contents are based on people and their desire to take selfies. All these photographs were shot in both the Las...

Wednesday Nights

If I were gone tomorrow the memories I would take with me would center around all the happenings on Wednesday nights. For years my family has made it a tradition to meet up on Wednesday nights to have a dinner...

Photo of the Week

During the Thanksgiving break I took photos of my friend’s family at a ranch. They first met in high school in 2009 and now they’re happily together with their daughter Eliani.

Viva La Mesa

  Maybe not my soundest photo of the afternoon, but definitely my favorite because it was so important for the guy in they gray shirt to get a photo with his “tio.” Viva La Mesa indeed.  

Old game, new game

I thought it’d be interesting to try and shoot a familiar subject in the documentary style that we’re learning about. I had such an urge to look for the news photo; not doing that made me think about the “second...