Daniel Kinoshita


The grand Spanish architecture of the San Miguel Mission is set against the bright blue skies of New Mexico.

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INDULGING his yen for photography, Daniel Kinoshita took a photographic tour of New Mexico last year that brought him face-to-face with beautiful examples of the Southwest's Spanish influence: missions.

This third of a special four-part "Portfolio" displays Kinoshita's artistry in capturing the rustic architecture and moody interiors of two New Mexico missions: the St. Francis de Paula Church in the town of Tularosa, and the San Miguel Mission in the town of Socorro.


Reflections and stained glass cast an eerie glow inside St. Francis de Paula Church.

The earlier installments of Kinoshita's trip profiled his photography of the dunes of the White Sands National Monument, and the glorious bird life at the Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge.

The final installment will feature Kinoshita's breathtaking shots of landscapes at Bosque Del Apache.


A statue at the San Miguel Mission in Socorro.


Daniel Kinoshita captures the solitude inside St. Francis de Paula Church in Tularosa, a New Mexico town.

Artists and photographers are invited to submit portfolios of their work. Send photocopied samples to Portfolio, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 7 Waterfront Plaza, Suite 210, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813; or e-mail jpeg images to

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