Love those colors! You see a lot of that of course in South America. I tend to think if we all painted our doors bright colors we'd be a lot happier. Just a theory.
Most attractive, I love that blue. It entices me to wander round inside.
Yep, I'd be the first one in there! !
Yes, this is Santa Fe I love! Happy weekend to you too, Randy!
These doors look worthy of a full frontal shot. Whatdaya think?
Happy Saturday Randy,,,I wonder what that colour is, not sky blue,,,M
Are you going to show us inside too? It looks so inviting!
Un fin de semana más me tienes paseando entre tus cosas. Siempre geniales. Buen weekend.Saludos y un abrazo.
Again a wonderful shot.Blue doors are great, so wellcoming. We had a blue garden gate in our old place, it was the only one here. It's not popular in Germany.
Very pretty, this is the kind of place that springs to mind when I think of Santa Fe (though I only know it through your blog!)
Missed this one. With all the visual images one encounters in Santa Fe, one has to stay alert. You're right about the doors.
That is my favourite "blue"Nice!!
Haha, my paintings or my feet? :)
Beautiful welcoming doors,
I haven't been in there- I'll have to stop by & check it out! Looks cool!
Those doors would tempt me to go inside!
"Nicho" en español significa el hueco donde se guarda el ataúd , pero en este caso está más relacionado con el hueco para guardar un objeto decorativo. Muy curioso.
Lovely place. The name means something like 'alcove', which in Italian is almost the same: 'nicchia'.
You do live in a place with incredible blue doors, Randy! No wonder you are drawn to Paris... you and your camera would have a field day with blue doors!Nice shop and photoGenie
I would love this place...and I do like the blue doors, too! And you want more winter? Hmmm...I want 75 degrees and sunshine. But it's cold again. Darn!Have a great weekend, Randy!
I agree with you. I like the faded turquoise color. The weathered posts on each side add character also. Enjoy the weekend.
Nice looking store Randy. Have a great weekend.
truly beautiful !I love thoseshops with artisan's work !thank you Randy for this niceblue shot
Beloved image,always dreaming from the famus santa Fe! Have a nice day.
I like this colour, but not de coffin (nicho)!
We see a lot of that color blue in France. It warms my heart to know it has an American heritage, too! ;)
Everything in Santa Fe is so beautiful! Love the style!Have a good Saturday!
I'm with you, Randy. I would have to go through those beautiful old doors too.
What a gorgeous pop of color. I'm sure those doors attract lots of shoppers.
The doors caught my attention too! I'd probably have an "accident" in there with my credit card....
So very "Sante Fe"! Love it.
Yes, they're inviting!God bless you!Cezar
That is lovely! Such a great combinations of colours. It is an adobe building, right?
Love that blue. I agree with L.D.
That is a great entrance way. The colors are great and so is the architecture. Looks VERY Southwestern. You have to love a business that puts the spotlight on local artisans too.
They definitely have the feel for color. I would have rushed there, too
I love little shops! This shot is lovely... Hugs.
This picture looks so inviting. I love the color on those old doors.
Glad that the owner kept the door as it is, well seen and capture.Have a great weekend.Wong
I love old doors.Especially those old farm doors!Maybe it's the smell! Ha!
Love the atmosphere in this photo1
I would also be attracted to those doors. That's a really nice shade and the name of the shop is intriguing.
The blue doors are great, as are the carved wood features at the beams.
blue is cool (two souls, one thought) - nice details in your picture
Love doors like that!
I see others had the same thought as I did when I first saw that, I thought "how inviting!"I'd love to browse around there.
The doors are gorgeous. I do like the blue.
The colors remind me a bit of Greece
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