Taos Pueblo at Harvest Time, ca. 1935. As one can see from this photograph, Taos Pueblo is located at the base of a mountain range. The surrounding fields produce abundant crops of corn, beans, and squash. The piles around the plaza are cornhusks. The ears of corn are drying from hanging poles and lie in piles on ramadas. The hornos in the plaza are used to bake bread and roast chile.