Well, I said we did, didn’t I? Just thought some of you might like to see a little bit of “old Taos.” Much of Llano Quemado—the southern-most neighborhood in Ranchos de Taos—qualifies. The last half of the video shows the narrow street beside a church. It feels like old Mexico every time we drive by.
Driving Into Town
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Sharp, smooth video. Was this shot on your iPhone?
I thought so, too! Yes, iPhone 6s Plus. Handheld, obviously. That’s 1080p (60fps) video. I don’t know if the OIS (optical image stabilization) works at that setting, but hey.
Tell your honey, I love the cute hat! Cool drive!
That’s “the hat,” or should I say The Hat. She’s had it for over 20 years. It’s her signature hat. Glad you like the drive!