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Category: Architecture

Red Iron Doors in Las Cruces

I love photographing architecture. It’s more than civil engineering. It’s a visual art. Las Cruces, New Mexico, has a beautiful downtown area. It includes interesting stores, restaurants and museums. Las Cruces is also a small city where you will find plenty of interesting architecture. Some buildings date as far back…

Wales Revisited

I took my first trip to the United Kingdom in the summer of 1987. It was a ten-day guided bus tour of England and Scotland. Naturally, I brought along my 35mm SLR camera, along with plenty of film. I even packed my film in a special x-ray proof bag. I…

The Downtown Phoenix Series

© 2021 by Gayle Martin. All Rights Reserved. Sometimes good things happen when you’re doing something else. Such was the case with my downtown Phoenix series. For those who do not know, I’m a book author as well as an art photographer. I write contemporary romance novels under the pen…

Vintage Arizona State

© 1979 2020 by Gayle Martin. All Rights Reserved. I attended Arizona State University in the late 1970s and early 1980s. ASU is a beautiful campus with impressive architecture and scenic landscaping. In 2011 I revisited the campus. Some areas looked exactly as they did when I was a student.…

Vintage European Crossroads

Restoring my old 35mm photos has been a fun trip down memory lane. This series, circa 1980, features the European Crossroads Shopping Center, located near Bachman Lake in Dallas, Texas. I was going to an art school at the time, and the school was one of the tenants.  Dallas gets…

St. Philip’s Plaza

I recently went on a mini photography excursion to St. Philip’s Plaza. St. Philip’s Plaza is a small, upscale shopping center here in Tucson. Normally it’s quite busy. However, with Covid-19 restrictions, it’s become a ghost town. This meant I could actually find a parking space. After all, we have…