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Bob Ayre Photo Tours

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Welcome

Photography and sightseeing from Albuquerque is wonderful. Within a few miles from Albuquerque or Santa Fe we find awesome locations. We are a perfect hub to reach locations from White Sands to Monument Valley.

My background in New Mexico dates back to 1953. I have been in government, electronics, silversmithing, worked with adobe and built my own house and studio.

Please travel or walk with me through “The Land of Enchantment”. As a lifelong photographer and outdoorsman I can get you to the best places at the best time of day possible. No two of my trips are the same. Please email ayre@lobo.net or call (505) 269-7882 to set up a visit that meets your interests.

"Going into the field restores the awe I experienced in my 1953 visit to New Mexico and the Southwest".

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Amigos Hike

Saturday, December 2, 2017
Volunteer guided hike in the Cerrillos Hills State Park.
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