Ronnie Dunn Takes His Shots

Ronnie Dunn caught the photography bug a few years ago while he was still part of Brooks & Dunn with Kix Brooks. Now, he plans to devote even more time to his hobby, as he tells Country Weekly in the June 10 issue.

His favorite subjects are the stunning sunrises and sunsets he captures in Santa Fe, N.M. "My wife [Janine] and I have a place in Santa Fe that is nestled in the foothills just above the town," Ronnie says. "I watch the sun coming up and the sun going down and the sunsets especially are just so beautiful."

Ronnie adds that now that he's embarked on a solo career, he and Janine may visit the Santa Fe area more often. "We love it so much there anyway," Ronnie says. "It's such a great little spot for anybody into creativity." Ronnie also talked with Country Weekly about his new music and his recent induction into the Texas Heritage Songwriters' Hall of Fame.

You can read more about Ronnie, and catch some of his spectacular photography, in the June 10 issue of Country Weekly, on newsstands June 3.

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