Pecos National Monument, near the village of Pecos a few miles east of Santa Fe, New Mexico,  is a large pueblo ruin which contains a reconstructed  underground chamber called a kiva, as well as the shell of the church buit by the colonial Spanish. Here the adobe glows above a recent covering of winter snow.

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Pecos National Monument, near the village of Pecos a few miles east of Santa Fe, New Mexico, is a large pueblo ruin which contains a reconstructed underground chamber called a kiva, as well as the shell of the church buit by the colonial Spanish. Here the adobe glows above a recent covering of winter snow.

Copyright CHARLES MANN PHOTOGRAPHY.Santa Fe, NM .505 474 3180.


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