Amongst Unending Marvels by April Dalphne
I'm blessed to come from a long line of Fair Ladies of the Plains. These are their stories.

At the End of the Long Walk
In the 1860s, peoples of the Navajo and Mescalero Apache were forcefully removed from their homelands to the Bosque Redondo reservation at Fort Sumner, New Mexico. The Navajo were marched from the northwestern region of New Mexico 400 miles to the banks of the Pecos River, thousands perishing along the way on what is known as the Long Walk.

Daughter of the Plains by April Dalphne
I am blessed to come from a long line of Fair Ladies of the Plains. This is my story.

Dreams of a Young Man by April Dalphne
I am blessed to come from a long line of Fair Ladies of the Plains. These are their stories.

Faded Remembrance
With the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I approaching as well as the 70th anniversary of D-Day and my early morning walk among the poppies, I started the Fading Remembrance series. It was said that the young men who gave their lives in the Great War - and the wars before and after - would never be forgotten. But eventually their memory fades gradually away until we only remember a color or smell, only the essence of the person but not the person himself.

Fair Lady Of The Plain by April Dalphne
I am blessed to come from a long line of Fair Ladies of the Plains. These are their stories.

Flaws and All

In Memoriam
Those we have lost over this last year - Benji, Harry, Hettie, Jordy, and Oscar

Into the Valley by April Dalphne
I'm blessed to come from a long line of Fair Ladies of the Plains. These are their stories.

Into the West by April Dalphne
I am blessed to come from a long line of Fair Ladies of the Plains. These are their stories.

Little Bit of Rain

Meanwhile ... In America
Series of random objects found while roving through the Heartland.

Recall the Morning by April Dalphne
I'm blessed to come from a long line of Fair Ladies of the Plains. These are their stories.

Shhh … We’re Hunting Wildflowers
Springtime in Texas brings thoughts of Bluebonnets, Indian Blankets and Paintbrushes, but in times of drought and especially way out here on the edge of the Texas Plains, sometimes you have to set aside these thoughts and use your imagination to find those wildflowers that always show up at Springtime, rain or no rain. Stop thinking Sticker Weed and think instead Prairie Phlox, and you’ll find beautiful blooms blossoming all over the place.

Ten Years of High & Dry
Ten years ago I first entered the High & Dry: A Photographic Exhibitionof Peoples and Places of the World's Dry Lands sponsored by the International Cultural Center at Texas Tech University. Ten years I first submitted entries to the High & Dry: A photographic exhibition of peoples and places of the world’s dry lands. To my complete surprise, "Spun Sugar" was selected. However, my excitement was soon tempered by, of course, people.

To The End, Nature Remains

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Wickedly Natural
The new year begins with preparations for a new solo exhibition at the New Mexico Junior College in Hobbs.
 

 
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