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Newsletter Issue No. 5, August 6, 2011

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                 Photographer of the American Southwest

Newsletter Issue No. 5  August 6, 2011
Hello everyone. It's been a couple of month's since my last newsletter. Can't believe how fast time does go by. The summer is going to be gone in just a few more weeks. A lot of my time lately has been taken up with duites of the expansion of the Eloquent Light Photography Workshops, writing some articles for the new Light Readings Blog of Eloquent Light, and still trying to get out and produce new work. On top of that, my regular job and the dreaded thinning of belongings to make the move to Santa Fe within the next few months.
With this newsletter, I thought I would start to make available some older images on a limited basis. The image below: "Sunrise - Mesa Verde National Park", was taken back in September, 2006. For those of you unfamiliar with Mesa Verde, it is in the southwest corner of Colorado, east of Cortez, along the road to Durango, CO. Besides just a beautiful area, the park surrounds hundreds of Anazazi ruins and cliff dwellings. It really is a place you should try to visit. I think it could change your perspective of life. It did mine!!
I am offering this image on a limited issue of 10 prints for $125 each. Each print is 12" x 22" in size, and will be printed on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl photo paper, signed and numbered. The roll tube shipping is included in the price, but if you are in California, I will have to charge the tax. Sorry!

If you have any questions, please give me a call at the studio at (760) 518-1530, or you can email me at

Mesa Verde Sunrise
July 2011 - "Images of the Week" review

kolob cabin
Week of July 4th, 2011
"Kolob Cabin"
Zion National Park, Utah

Taos Tipi
Week of July 11th, 2011
"Taos Tipi"
Taos, New Mexico

blacksmith shop
Week of July 18th, 2011
"Blacksmith Shop"
Vista, California

Movie Ranch Chapel
Week of July 25th, 2011
"Movie Ranch Chapel"
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Introducing this Month: White Sands Photo Workshop

In this dynamic workshop, you will explore the vivid terrain of White Sands National Monument and the City of Rocks in southern New Mexico with Craig Varjabedian. You will experience the state's legendary allure, from the soothing rhythm of rolling sand dunes to the stark beauty of unique rock formations. The harsh dichotomy of earth and sky makes the beauty of New Mexico a unique treasure, and we will discover it in secret hideaways and forgotten vistas.
The unique challenges of this workshop will be in capturing the intense beauty in the southern part of the state, where the high-low contrast makes for a more attenuated beauty than in other regions. The intrepid photographer will be rewarded with indelible images of dream-like scenes and lost eras when a different aesthetic prevailed. You will spend two days at each site (White Sands and the City of Rocks), photographing the unique environment in an atmosphere of adventure, exploration, and discovery.
This is a shooting intensive workshop, with Craig providing hands-on one-on-one guidance in the field as needed. Whether you are pointing your camera at a magnificent rock formation or capturing the dynamic weather that is common here, you'll have many opportunities to make great photographs.
If you are interested in this workshop, there are two spaces left. Either go the Eloquent Light Photography Workshops web page or call Cindy Lane at the studio at (505) 983-2934

white sands


Open Shutter Gallery's Juried Exhibition: "Exposure"
I am excited to announce that both of my entries for the juried photo exhibition "Exposure"at Durango Colorado's "Open Shutter Gallery" were selected into the August 12th through September 7th show. My black & white images titled "Abiquiu Morada" and "Taos Tipi", are both being included in the competition portion of the exhibition. According to the email notice, works were submitted from worldwide, from as far away as Thailand and Madagascar. Below are both of the images submitted.

Taos Tipi
"Taos Tipi", New Mexico

abiquiu morada

"Abiquiu Morada", New Mexico

If you are interested in purchasing one of these images, I have included a link to the images on my web site by clicking on the photo title names above, or you can go to my Photo of the Week images by clicking here.
Notices & Gallery Representation:
Steven Bundy Photography is seeking sponsors that might be interested  in some advertising space within this newsletter. Also seeking gallery representation in the New Mexico, Arizona and California areas. If you or someone you know might be interested, please get in touch with Steve at (760) 518-1530.

Steven Bundy is currently represented by the Panterra Gallery in Bisbee, Arizona.
You can see more of his work on their web site and in the gallery.
They are located at:

Chuck Feil & Maralyce Ferree   Panterra Gallery

22 Main Street, PO Box 743
Bisbee, Arizona 85603

Phone: (520) 432-3320Fax: (520) 432-3320


Contact Steve at: (760) 518-1530

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