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Fotografie  1921 1967 - Collezione privata Fam. Manfrotto, Pool , Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico, � Ansel Adams, Fonte: fotochepassione.com . libreriamo.it

1942 Pool, Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico [still pool in rock surface, adobe buildings reflected in water] by Ansel Adams

Church, Acoma Pueblo, side view and tower with cross (http://www.archives.gov/research/ansel-adams/images/aaa05.jpg)

Side wall and tower with cross, "Church, Acoma Pueblo. [National Historic Landmark, New Mexico]" [Misicn de San Estevan del Rey, Acoma]

Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico  :  Ansel Adams :  Fine Giclee Print #VintagePhotograph

Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico : Ansel Adams : Fine Giclee Print

Mission and church at Acoma (The North American Indian, v. XVI. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press,  1926) by Edward Sheriff Curtis from University of Southern California Libraries

Mission and church at Acoma (The North American Indian, v. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press, by Edward Sheriff Curtis from University of Southern California Libraries

Ansel Adams

Ansel Adams, "Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico", full side view of adobe house with water in foreground.

6. Pecos

The 8 Towns You Absolutely Need To Visit In New Mexico In 2018

6. Pecos

I hiked this with my Dad... Good memories

Acoma Pueblo - The Sky City, New Mexico- People still live here, there is no running water or electricity.

New Mexico’s ski areas and resorts don’t just provide amazing skiing and snowboarding during the holidays. From torchlight parades, fireworks, luminaria tours and parties, there’s no better place to ring in the holidays than New Mexico’s slopes.

New Mexico’s ski areas and resorts don’t just provide amazing skiing and snowboarding during the holidays. From torchlight parades, fireworks, luminaria tours and parties, there’s no better place to ring in the holidays than New Mexico’s slopes.

Acoma Pueblo; early second millennium, Anasazi-rooted village atop a 350-foot high mesa some 70 miles west of Albuquerque

early second millennium, Anasazi-rooted village atop a high mesa some 70 miles west of Albuquerque

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