A centennial photographic recollection of New Mexico emergence from pioneer days through 100-years of statehood. Fine Art Photography of selected "ghost places" of New Mexico, abandoned ruins of old autos and old towns & buildings. Included are 13-large scale panoramic images.
Jeremy G. Landau is a landscape and panoramic photographer, residing in New Mexico. Documenting human impact upon the environment and our vanishing spaces, he has recently turned his attention to the urban landscape in two new coffee table books; "Water Towers of New York" & " ¡Cuba!, La Bella Isla," both available at blurb.com or directly from the photographer at home.earthlink.net/~jeremylandau
A Sequestration of Saddles & other Photographic Phenomena Published April 18, 2014
Cooking for Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves Published March 27, 2013
¡Cuba! La Bella Isla Jeremy G. Landau, Photography Published February 15, 2013