Tag Archives: Acoma Pueblo

Travel theme: Dried — Pueblo of Acoma

Pueblo of Acoma is a mesa community that may have been inhabitated even before the time of Christ. It’s a place where adobe homes are inhabited by strong people, who have managed to live without running water or electricity even during modern times. The … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Doors

Doors that tell a story interest us — even though the story may be implied, not told. Consider three very different doorways and the lives of the people who passed through them. Doorway of a humble dwelling at Acoma Pueblo, … Continue reading

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Travel theme: Handmade

Haakkume Dyunni — Painted Pottery of Acoma Pueblo on exhibit from August 31, 2013 to September 7, 2014 Pueblo of Acoma: Sky City Cultural Museum and Haak’u Museum approximately one hour from Albuquerque, New Mexico http://www.acomaskycity.org/ For more handmade items … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Wall

  This special place, Acoma Pueblo, is known as “Haaku,” a spiritual homeland for an eternal dwelling. One of the oldest continually inhabited communities in the U. S. where almost 100 people live year-round with no running water or electricity, … Continue reading

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