Brad L. Hodges


New Mexico based photographer. California native/frequent returning son. © All photos by me. Nikon D200, iPhone 6 & 7. All rights reserved.
"Once Upon a Life" All that remains is the decaying interior of an abandoned house on the edge of cotton fields in West Texas, once housing life, hope and dreams, now left to the powers of nature to reclaim. Abandoned Indoors  House Window Home Interior Damaged Architecture Architecture Decay West Texas Rural Scene Brokendreams
"And The Heavens Spoke" Cloud formations collaborate with the heavens and the sun to create a stunning evening light show. Beauty In Nature Nature Sky Scenics Tranquil Scene Cloud - Sky Sunlight Outdoors Sunset Cloudscape Clouds And Sky New Mexico Skies New Mexico Newmexicophotography Landscape
"God Has Left The Building" The long abandoned Taiban, New Mexico Presbyterian Church, built in 1908 stands longer with a soul. Architecture Building Exterior Abandoned Blackandwhite Photography Black & White Blackandwhite Newmexicophotography Ghost Town Abandoned Places New Mexico Church Architecture Abandoned Buildings
"Once Upon a Time" An abandoned old home sits in decay once proudly hosting a lifetime beside the cotton fields of West Texas. Window Architecture Built Structure Abandoned Abandoned Buildings Abandoned & Derelict Rural Scene West Texas Sadness Window View Brokendreams Cottonfields
"After The Storm" Heavy storms in the cotton fields of Lubbock, Texas, leave them flooded and damaged but the sunset reflection signals hope for a better day. Sunset Beauty In Nature Nature Silhouette Scenics Tranquility Tranquil Scene Sky Outdoors Water Flooded West Texas West Texas Skies West Texas Sunset Sunset Silhouettes Sunset Reflection Sunset Reflection On Water Cottonfields
"In Through The Clouds" Clouds reflected in a window in an old abandoned house in the tiny ghost town of Ancho, New Mexico. You can see inside where old drapes still eerily hang blown ghostly about by the wind. Window Low Angle View Close-up Newmexicophotography New Mexico New Mexico Skies Abandoned Places Abandoned Buildings Ghost Town Ghosts Drapes  Reflection Windows Window Reflections
"West Texas History" An old barn sits in retirement on a ranch outside Lubbock Texas, reminding one of the rich history of ranching and farming in Texas. Architecture Built Structure Abandoned Sky Landscape Rural Scene Ranch Barn Oldbarn West Texas Texas Agriculture Historical Building
"A View From a School" The historic two story school house porch looks out toward the ghost town of White Oaks, New Mexico and the abandoned mercantile building on Main Street in the distance. Mountain Mountain Range Landscape Scenics Sky Cloud - Sky Travel Destinations Architecture New Mexico Clouds And Sky Newmexicophotography New Mexico Skies Clouds Cloudy Historical Building Ghost Town Porch
"Into Gloryland" New Mexico represents the glory-land of cloud formations in an endless array and presentation. Cloud - Sky Sky Nature Beauty In Nature Scenics Landscape Newmexicophotography New Mexico New Mexico Skies Clouds Clouds And Sky Cloudscape Cloudy
"Knee View" Sometimes on your knees is the only place you can be. The sanctuary of the long abandoned Taiban, New Mexico Presbyterian Church, built in 1908. Architecture Wood - Material Indoors  Woodfloor Church Sanctuary  Onyourknees New Mexico Abandoned Places Abandoned Ghost Town Newmexicophotography Blackandwhite Black & White Blackandwhite Photography
"The Long Way Home" Down a country road, beside the cottonfields, into a West Texas sunset. One Person The Way Forward Sunset Walking Real People Lifestyles Outdoors Road Scenics Adult People Sky West Texas Sunset Cottonfields West Texas Skies West Texas Rural Scene Rural Road Countryside Countryroads
"Dead Center The Storm" A desolate road in the Central Highlands of New Mexico, leads directly into an oncoming thunderstorm common in Summer in the region. Sky Cloud - Sky Landscape Nature Scenics Outdoors Newmexicophotography New Mexico New Mexico Skies Thunderstorm Dramatic Sky Roads Rural Rural Scene Storm Storm Cloud Stormy Weather
"Far and Away" NM highway 349 leads from the ghost town of White Oaks, New Mexico situated 12 mi NE from the Lincoln County seat of Carrizozo, New Mexico on Highway 54. Road Landscape Road Marking The Way Forward Sky Cloud - Sky Transportation Scenics New Mexico Skies New Mexico Newmexicophotography Highways Highways&Freeways Roads Lonely
"My Petals Runneth Over" Beautiful Prickly-Pear cactus flowers full of life extending pollen. Flower Petal Purple Fragility Close-up Blooming Prickly Pear Cactus Pollen Macro Macro Photography Macro_collection Macro Beauty Beauty In Nature New Mexico Newmexicophotography Wildflower
"West Texas Salvation" There is always a road to the cross, a path to escape evil... Sunset Sky Landscape Scenics Cloud - Sky Beauty In Nature Outdoors Rural Scene West Texas West Texas Skies West Texas Sunset West Texas Landscape Salvation  Escape
"Delicate Beauty" Closeup shot of a Desert Paintbrush flower. Growth Flower Nature Petal Fragility Beauty In Nature Flower Head Focus On Foreground Desert Paintbrush Wildflowers Wildflowers In Bloom Wildflowers Of Eyeem New Mexico Newmexicophotography Closeup Close-up Close Up
"Last Train From Ancho" The trains still roll through the ghost town of Ancho, New Mexico, but they long ago ceased stopping at its now abandoned depot sending the town into oblivion. Railroad Track Rail Transportation Sky Transportation Cloud - Sky Railway Railroad Newmexicophotography New Mexico Traintracks Ghost Town Abandoned Abandoned Places Clouds And Sky Clouds Cloudscape Clouds & Sky
"Yellow Bouquet" Nature's florist delivers a beautiful yellow bouquet to the New Mexico countryside. Flower Yellow Beauty In Nature Freshness Blooming Wildflowers Yellow Flower Nature Nature Flower Head New Mexico Newmexicophotography
"The Red Room" Shot through a broken door into the interior of an abandoned house in the ghost town of Ancho, New Mexico. Ancho, was a former railroad and ranching community. The settlement was established at the turn of the 20th century when families began to settle the fertile valley, followed by a number of homesteaders who became the area’s first sheep and cattle ranchers. Miners also roamed the area of gypsum hills in search precious metals. Window Abandoned Indoors  Damaged No People Architecture Ghost Town Abandoned Buildings Abandoned Places New Mexico Newmexicophotography Doorway Interior Red Red Color Old Buildings
"Ghost Church" The long abandoned Taiban Presbyterian Church which was built in 1908 stands alone and ghost like in the town of Taiban, New Mexico. The town is famous for being the location where Pat Garrett captured Billy the Kid and his associates on December 23, 1880. Abandoned Architecture Sky Rural Scene Church Churches Church Architecture Abandoned Buildings Old Buildings Historical Building Blackandwhite Black & White Blackandwhite Photography New Mexico New Mexico Skies New Mexico Churches