Willard, New Mexico on a windy windy day at dusk. I stoped to take in the baren road the sound of wind in the wires like the taos hum,
and document the enduring nature of timelessness and endurance of cow ruts, truck ruts and hiways cut into the grassy plain. This small hay barn stood steady but tells the story of frontier decay in the weathered wood and rusty nails; when humans impose themselves on this unforgivinig landscape.
Silhouetted against the western sky the great white owl flew past and into the sun, silent as he was on wing his quiet departure was symbolic of those who came before.
Dale F Zinn was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico and graduated from New Mexico Military Insitute in 1967. He attended Tulane University School of Architecture and graduated in 1972. His current degree is Masters of Architecture. Dale Zinn was the founding partner of Architecture Planning Group in Santa Fe from 1979-1986 Sole Owner Dale F Zinn and Associates Architect 1986- to present.
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