WELCOME to LandofEnchantment.com. A Photo Gallery featuring New Mexico images by photographer Seth Jacob. Seth travels the state extensively capturing New Mexico’s beauty and diversity. Journey with him by exploring our gallery and check back as he adds new images and expands this site. Our hope is that both residents and visitors, “Discover New Mexico” for themselves through Seth’s majestic and timeless imagery.

THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENTNew Mexico is home to 22 different Native American communities, each with their own language, customs, and traditions. The Spanish history of New Mexico has left an indelible mark on the state which can be found in the food, traditions, and small towns with their hand chiseled churches.

The geographic terrain of New Mexico varies from aspen and snow-covered mountains as high as 13,000 feet to rolling cacti strewn deserts. High altitude and dry air combine to create a quality of light that is captivating and magical. This light inspired artists Georgia O’Keefe and photographer Ansel Adams and countless other painters and photographers.

A JOURNEY ACROSS NEW MEXICOThe towns and cities of New Mexico each have their own distinct cultures, histories and characteristics.

Santa Fe, the Land of Enchantment’s capital is among America’s oldest cities offering visitors an array of art galleries, world class cuisine, and history along its low adobe building lined streets.

Albuquerque, New Mexico’s largest city, hosts the world’s largest international hot air balloon fiesta every fall. While in Albuquerque, visitors can visit museums as diverse as the Natural History Museum, Rattlesnake Museum and National Atomic Museum.

Gallup, on the western edge of the state, is the heart of Indian Country. Walk the streets of downtown Gallup and you can sense and touch the history emanating from the old western buildings.

To the Northeast of Gallup off of a remote dirt road lies the ancient ruin of Chaco Canyon. Up North, Taos offers world class skiing, stunning high desert beauty and a sophisticated music and art scene.

To the Northwest of Taos, Chama’s narrow gauge Cumbres Toltec railroad takes riders back to the 1800s. South of Chama visit Ghost Ranch and take in the stunning vistas that inspired Georgia O’keefe.

In Southern New Mexico, Roswell International UFO Museum offers an out of this world experience. Not far from Roswell, take in the awe inspiring limestone formations of Carlsbad Caverns. While in the region visit Ruidoso’s Hubbard Museum of the American West.

Southwest of Ruidoso, view the stunning dunes of white sands national monument and hike the Organ Mountains of Las Cruces.

After your long journey, soak in one of the many natural hot springs in Truth or Consequences.