Thursday, December 30, 2010

Snow and Adobe.


I love the way our homes in Santa Fe look after a good snow. You know that there is a wonderful warmth inside after a day of being outside. Wishing you all something to keep you warm from the cold winter.

26 comments:

VP said...

Love this image and it's easy to imagine the inside of the houses with this cold. It's easier here, our winter is not so cold. For now....

Olivier said...

beau contrasme des couleurs, c'est beau sous la neige

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Architecture reminds me of Frank Lloyd Wrights Style. You have beautiful house; it would be great if you take 4 pictures of the same spot in 4 seasons and view the side by side ! that will be cool.
Greetings and Happy New Year !

Eyeliquor said...

Thank you Randy!
I like the terracotta colors of the houses!
Very nice!
Thank you for your kind words! Cool! :-))
From all the Good..I wish you the Best!..in 2011!

Eyeliquor

Kate said...

I agree with you, Randy, about the feeling of comfort. I think that the adobe and the coyote fences add to that impression, esp. the adobe architecture.

cieldequimper said...

Love those berries on the left that make the scene complete somehow.

Allison said...

Ah...with a nice warm New Mexican blanket to bundle up in!

Luis Gomez said...

You are right! Looks really pretty.

clairz said...

There--you have gathered up the uniqueness of the place in one single shot! Beautiful.

Regina K said...

Snow and adobes do create beautiful photos. Great shot.

Dawn said...

Great winter shot! I never see homes like that around here....all steel siding in my area!!!
Have a wonderful last day in this year of 2010!!!

Jack said...

I had not thought of it before, Randy, but you are right. Snow and adobe do have a certain affinity. Stay warm! Best to you in 2011.

Farmchick said...

Our temps are approaching the 50 degree mark today, so no more snow for us.

1ondoncalling said...

I like your place. It's so Tuscany (apart from the snow)!

Lúcia said...

Its'a beautiful combination, the warm colours become much more beautiful with the snow.

Jacob said...

Nice composition showing off your city's typical architecture ... I'd probably not be outside taking photos of the snow, though, but inside in front of a fireplace with a hot drink of some kind!

Sharon said...

This is a very inviting scene even if it is cold out.

Johnny said...

Feliz Año Nuevo Randy, distruta de tu hogar calentito

Jarart said...

I agree. Snow just changes the look of everything! Stay warm, more is on it's way.

NYC In Photographs said...

The snow really adds to the adobe. It gives it such an interesting look!

Have a great New Year!

JM said...

Snow and adobe, what a great combination!
Wish you a Happy New Year, Randy.

RedPat said...

I bet the adobe holds the warmth and makes for a cozy haven at this time of year. Great image!

jennyfreckles said...

I still can't quite grasp the fact you have snow there. I always thought it was a hot place, Santa Fe.

Z said...

WOW! I guess it snowed every where.
Happy new year!

teca said...

Ah... it's lovely indeed.
Happy New year, dear.
Warm hugs.

lifeisaroadtrip said...

That is a lovely scene, Randy. I hope you had a wonderful New Year!