ART of the Rio Grande in winter: Riparian voices and Anthropomorphic magic forms! Posted by Kayakfari on February 25, 2015 Posted in: christmas, cochiti, dreadlocks, flex maslan, ice, kayak, kayakfari, kayakfari.com, kayaking, lake, native, new mexico, paddle, panorama, pentax, photography, santa fe, sea kayaker, sun, surreal art, winter. Tagged: anthropomorphic, Anthropomorphism, art, art of rio grande, b-sides, birds, burning bush, cochiti, cochiti lake, cold water, dam, decorated reality, digital art, digital029art, dreadlocks, faith, flex, flex maslan, flexaret, frozen, geese, high desert, ice, ice formations, jabba the hut, jesus, kayak, kayak photograher, kayak photography, kayakfari, kayakfari.com, lake, magic, magic forms, meaning, mother mary, mother mary and the baby jesus, nativity in ice, necky dolphin, new mexico, new mexico kayak, new mexico landscape, new mexico paddle, new mexico photography, night, old west, paddling, perception, Photography, rio grande, rio grande art, snow, southwest kayak, spirit, stone-d-spirit, sunny, trinity, trinity on ice, winter, wood-b-predator. Leave a comment . Anthropomorphic magic forms and Riparian voices of the Rio Grande at Cochiti Lake. When kayaking and photographing the high desert in winter, a host of magic forms appear! (click pic) “Trinity on Ice” Kayakfari ART photography – ART of the Rio Grande series. . Enjoy! . . . Trinity – BLESS!