I have had two opportunities to visit this sacred and historical ground. Each time I have been, the feeling of a holy and sacred place is evident. My first visit to the pueblo was in November 2012, less than a month after my mother passed away. I recall longing for some alone time, with just me, the road, and my camera. The day was dreary and overcast, like my mood. Interestingly, as I look back on these two sets of images, I can identify the set taken during one of the most sad and reflective times in my life. Can you? A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Taos Pueblo belongs to the Native American tribe of Puebloan people. Located about 1 mile north of Taos, New Mexico, the pueblos are considered to be one of the oldest continuously inhibited communities in the U.S.