The Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National monument is located near Cochiti, New Mexico, about 40 miles southwest of Santa Fe. Volcanic rock and ash with subsequent erosion led to the formation of these rocks. A walk through a slot canyon, then up a hill, rewards you with this view.
This National Historic Landmark was constructed between 1772 and 1816 in Rancho de Taos, New Mexico. Many photographers and other artists favor the view of the back of the church, but the rest of it is photogenic, too. Residents of Rancho de Taos re-mud the church every spring.
Cerro Pederal, known locally as just Pedernal, is a mesa in northern New Mexico. It's located just south of Lake Abiquiu and Ghost Ranch, and was the subject of several celebrated paintings by Georgia O'Keeffe.