Sunday, March 4, 2012

Zebra mountains and a program note

Hi folks,

We’re a couple of weeks into the new Los Alamos Daily Photo. I’m having a lot of fun with this project, and I hope you are too. I especially like when folks write in the comments to say that they enjoy a given photo.

I think the new blog is going pretty well, but more important is what you, the reader, thinks about it. What do you like about it? How could I improve it? Let me know in the comments.

My goal with this blog is to tell the story of what Los Alamos is like, and how it fits into the world, using photography — and the more different people send in photos, the better I can do this. I know that each one of you has a unique story that no one else can tell, and I’d love to include a little bit of that story in this blog. Details are in “Submit your photos” above, but the logistics of submitting a photo are pretty straightforward:

E-mail with your JPEG photo attached, one photo per e-mail, full-resolution if possible. Please copy and paste the following form and include it in your e-mail:
  • Name: Whatever name you’d like to be credited as.
  • Source: Who took the photo? (If not you, ensure you have permission to submit it.)
  • Location: Where was the photo taken?
  • Date: When was the photo taken?
  • Caption: A couple of sentences to a paragraph about the photo.
Please tell your friends about LADP, and keep sending in your great photos!

Your editor,


Photo by Yvonne Delamater
Post-wildfire “zebra mountains” in Los Alamos Canyon, from Camp May Road. February 2012.

This photo also appears on Yvonne’s blog.

1 comment:

  1. I absolutely LOVE the photos of Los Alamos. I would love to see more of the Town itself. The main streets, and all the sights. Campsites, The Lab, High school, hospital etc..