This is my growing collection of Albuquerque photos captured both on film and digital media over the past decade. These photos highlight the attractions in Albuquerque that would be of most interests to tourists and visitors. I am constantly adding photos from my archives as time permits. So please bookmark us and return!\
Route 66, Albuquerque Photos
If there is one thing that Albuquerque is known for, it is classic American hot rods, lowriders, and custom cars. Old Chevys, Fords and other vintage marks come back to life with style. In fact, it is not unusual to have two or three custom car shows running each Saturday during summer weekends. These car shows are a great way to experience the local Route 66 culture. Here are some photos from these colorful events!
Old Town, Albuquerque Photos
Old Town is one of the most popular travel destinations in Albuquerque. It is the oldest section of Albuquerque, with buildings dating back to the late 1700s. The photos below show some of the colorful gift shops in Old Town. To learn more about all that historic Old Town, Albuquerque has to offer, visit this guide.
One of the highlights of the year is the Albuquerque Int’l Balloon Fiesta, one of the most photogenic events in the world. Be sure to visit my Balloon Fiesta guide for more information and photos!
The photo below shows one of the most popular Route 66 diners in Albuquerque, named aptly, 66 Diner! I have added more photos and a review of this wonderful attraction that you can see by following the link below the photo.
Miscellaneous Albuquerque Photos
Here are a number of photos I have taken in and around Albuquerque during the past decade. Exploring the “nooks and crannies” of New Mexico is an unending adventure! My most current Albuquerque Photos can be seen by clicking on the blue button above. [email protected]
The photo at top shows a colorful setting in Old Town, the oldest and most historic section of Albuquerque. The photo below shows stylish custom lowriders parked in Old Town, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Here is one of my latest Albuquerque photos. It shows a gift shop in Old Town, Albuquerque’s most historic district. There is something so humanistic and organic about the textures of hand-shaped adobe trimmed with turquoise!
The photo below shows Old Town Plaza, the heart of Old Town, Albuquerque during the fall season. The cottonwood trees have a brilliant gold color in Autumn.
Take the time to explore Albuquerque and what lies beyond it, and you will not be disappointed! The cultures, colors, and textures of this place will amaze you with their diversity and unusual beauty!
The photo above shows a view of the Reels & Wheels art installation that also serves as a bus shelter in front of the Hiland Theater on Central Ave. (the old Route 66) in Albuquerque.
By the way, if you want to see some of the best day trips that Albuquerque has to offer, be sure to check out this post!