This image caught my eye in Santa Fe while strolling towards Canyon Drive, considered one of the art meccas of the United States. A big white SUV, which happened to be parked in front of the scene, bounced light back into the photograph. The bounced light created the light airy southwestern feeling, matching my impression of New Mexico. The image was in open shade and was relatively easy to photograph because of the light from the SUV. Margaret wandered inside the store to request permission to photograph, and to ask if we could close the door. She browsed about the store filled with antiques of New Mexico, answering the question, “What’s behind the door?” This was made with a 210 mm lens (a very slight telephoto lens).