Ochres

 

Beautiful hiking. Winter has lost its bite, but it’s still too cool for snakes. We crawled all over a Triassic-Jurassic hillside full of red and yellow ochre. We’ll take some to our Zuni friend Tim Edaakie, a traditional potter:

https://sarweb.org/iarc/native-american-artist-fellowships/2019-artists/timothy-edaakie/

One thought on “Ochres”

  1. Love this, Betsy, and the gorgeous colors! We walked on the Foothills Trail this afternoon, Beautiful to be so close to the foot of the moutntains, but too many bikes! Still, good to get out, and temperature was just right. Tim Edaakie’s potter is stunning.

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