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Ghost Ranch
By John Harrison

Ghost Ranch is a sprawling 21,000-acre retreat center and educational facility located in northern New Mexico, surrounded by red rock mesas, towering cliffs, and wide-open skies. The topography of Ghost Ranch is characterized by a unique and awe-inspiring landscape of rocky outcroppings, deep canyons, and rolling hills.

One of the most distinctive features of the Ghost Ranch landscape is the towering red cliffs that rise above the surrounding terrain. These cliffs are composed of layered sandstone and shale that have been eroded over millions of years by wind and water to create striking patterns and shapes.

In addition to its cliffs and canyons, Ghost Ranch also features numerous mesas and plateaus that offer stunning views of the surrounding landscape. These elevated areas are often covered in scrub brush and grasses and provide habitat for a variety of wildlife, including mule deer, coyotes, and bobcats.

Overall, the topography of Ghost Ranch is both rugged and beautiful, offering visitors a unique and unforgettable experience of the natural beauty of the American Southwest. Whether you are a hiker, a photographer, or simply a lover of the outdoors, Ghost Ranch is a must-see destination for anyone visiting New Mexico.

As an artist Ghost Ranch is inspiring. Georgia O'Keeffe, one of the most renowned artists of the 20th century, had a deep and abiding relationship with Ghost Ranch in northern New Mexico. O'Keeffe first visited the ranch in 1934, at the invitation of her friend and fellow artist, Rebecca Strand. She immediately fell in love with the rugged beauty of the landscape and returned to Ghost Ranch year after year, eventually making it her permanent home.

I have tied to photograph this how Georgia might have painted it. Learn more about her in the blog post.

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Ghost Ranch

O'Keeffe was deeply inspired by the unique and vivid colors of the Ghost Ranch landscape, which she incorporated into her paintings. The vibrant reds, oranges, and yellows of the surrounding cliffs and mesas, the deep blues of the sky, and the muted greens and browns of the vegetation all found their way into her work.

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