Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Just a Touch of Color


Site Santa Fe is a non-profit Contemporary Arts organization that sits in the Railyard district and across from the Farmer's Market. While walking around I caught sight of the turquoise color on the slab next to the side entrance. I just had to add it to my photo collection.

22 comments:

Olivier said...

une couleur qui fait ressortir le site, comme ca on ne peut pas le louper

Dennis Ferrol said...

I understand!
It is a musthave image :)

Allison said...

So many bits of random color where you live. Great catch!

VP said...

Absolutely eye catching! I would have done the same!

Luis Gomez said...

Nice Randy! I also like the metal sign.

Cezar and Léia said...

Very interesting, I would love to visit there and see the art they are creating.
I also like the logo, it's beautiful!
Léia

Farmchick said...

You always capture that turquoise!

texwisgirl said...

:)

Sharon said...

Interesting...I wonder why it is there.

T. Becque said...

What a nice way to decorate the entrance/exit of a door!

Carola said...

It's the color and the sign and the adobe. Yes, looks like if it is made for you.

Lúcia said...

Love the sign too. ;-)

Olga said...

Your said "turquoise", and I'm here :) The photo is very mysterious. I wonder what's behind that door.

Jacob said...

It looks like some kind of door mat...but I don't think I'd want to wipe my feet on it; it's too pretty!

Magpie said...

Good eye, Randy. That blue is so seductive.

Regina K said...

Sure brings your eye into the doorway. I also like that sign.

RedPat said...

Love this shot and love their sign!

cieldequimper said...

It didn't take much more than a bit of paint to make it eye-catching!

JM said...

That blue! Well spotted, Randy.

Doug Hickok said...

Wonderful image to add to your collection. I saw today that Santa Fe and Charleston are in the top 5 for best outdoor city in America contest. Boulder is in first so far.

Joanne said...

Very cool:)

Dawn said...

I like it when you can find color in the otherwise "mundane of things".
Nice eye.