Wilderness & Landscape Photography by Jason & Joshua Hill
At Chaco Culture National Historic Park you can walk right up to thousand year old logs supporting multi-story buildings. Even when it’s 30 degrees and […]
This is the oldest multi-storied Pueblo structure. It was built between 1000 and 1450 AD and people still live in it today. Each room has […]
Note: this photo is for my personal use only. Taos Pueblo restricts copyrights of photos within the village.
San Geronimo Chapel was built in 1850. While this makes it one of the younger adobe style churches in northern New Mexico, it’s nevertheless one […]
Puebloan ruins of Pueblo Bonito in Chaco Canyon, Chaco Culture National Historic Park.
A photo of El Santuario de Chimayo in Chimayo, New Mexico. This chruch is a national historic landmark and the most important Catholic pilgrimage center […]
The wind sculptures outside of the Loretto Chapel in Santa Fe, New Mexico are one of my favorite targets for photography in the city. This […]
East Palace Ave at night in Santa Fe.
The San Miguel Mission (also known as the San Miguel Chapel) in Santa Fe, New Mexico was built between 1610 and 1626, making it the […]
Hundreds of years of footprints have eroded paths into the tuff at Tsankawi in Bandelier National Monument. The paths are up to a few feet […]
Caves dot the landscape around Tsankawi. The soft tuff allowed the caves to be dug easily. Many of the caves contain air holes drilled (somehow) […]
This is what remains of the plaza at Tsankawi. This was the center of a Pueblo community during the 15th and 16 Centuries. Few traces […]
This is the oldest house in the US. It’s located just off the Old Santa Fe Trail in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico, across from […]
Santa Fe peppers and bull heads.
This is the storefront entrance to the oldest house in the US. I’ve found photos from as far back as 1880 with this portion attached […]
The constellation Orion shines behind the oldest church in the US.