We were finally coming into Taos after a long day on the “High Road to Taos”. It was already after 4:00PM and we had to decide if we had enough time to see Taos Pueblo before it closed. We vacillated for a few minutes, until Nathan said “Let’s just do it”. We rushed over to the site, paid our entry and camera fees, and started to explore. It turned out to be one of the better decisions of the trip. The late afternoon lighting was phenomenal, and the dark clouds behind the mountains were in exactly the right position. After talking to a couple of locals while we ate a piece of Indian Fry Bread, we began to explore. What a place. There are so many different angles and ways to look at the site, that I felt that I could give it my own spin. For a place photographed so many times, I was still excited by the experience.