Young men, members of the Hermanos Penitentes, climb up a dirt path between sandstone rock formations in Abiquiu (Rio Arriba County), New Mexico. The men are barefoot and bare chested, they wear loose fitting white pants and have white cloth or...
Hermanos Penitentes--Buildings--1890-1910.; Abiquiu (N.M.)--1890-1910.; Crosses--New Mexico--Abiquiu--1890-1910.; Religious processions--New Mexico--Abiquiu--1890-1910.; Rites & ceremonies--New Mexico--Abiquiu--1890-1910.; Rock formations--New...
View of a Penitente morada in Taos County, New Mexico. Shows a hand plastered adobe building with a wooden door, a shuttered window, chimneys, and vigas. A wooden bell tower and crosses are on the roof. A large wooden cross is near the entrance.
View of a Penitente morada near Embudo (Rio Arriba County), New Mexico. Shows a two story hand plastered adobe building with a white washed facade, arched doorway, bell tower, covered balcony, and vigas. An adobe wall with a whitewashed gateway...
Hermanos Penitentes--Buildings--1890-1910.; Rio Arriba County (N.M.)--1890-1910.; Adobe buildings.; Chapels.; Courtyards.; Facades.; Walls.; Moradas.
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