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As the Los Alamos Historic District prepares for the possibility of becoming part of this nation’s first non-contiguous national park, it has the opportunity to look at not only what makes the current national parks so extraordinary, but what has always made north-central New Mexico extraordinary.
“Enchanted Parks” is a photography show featuring more than 100 pictures of the Los Alamos Historic District, Bandelier National Monument and the Valles Caldera National Preserve, as well as several of the nation’s national parks, including Glacier/Waterton International Peace Park, Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, Arches, Carlsbad Caverns and more. Bucklin’s photographs range from highly detailed close-ups of native vegetation and wildlife to panoramic vistas, all captured in color.
“My passion for sharing my photos comes from my desire to pass on the emotions, memories, hopes and dreams that were stirred when I took them,” Bucklin said.
She grew up in Los Alamos, a descendant of one of the area’s original homesteading families. She said after a few years in Colorado and California, she returned to Los Alamos to raise her family in the community she loves. As a child, her passion for fine art and photography was nurtured by her parents, and led her to pursue a degree in photography and digital imaging.
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