Great african basket weaving, wonderful!
I love her native dress.
I find original colors and shapes, Have a good day Randy
I especially like the pattern on the basket that the man on the left is holding.
Oh lovely, lovely, lovely! Can you tell I like African basketry (and beadwork)? :-)
Would love to get my hands on one of those baskets! They look exquisite!Happy Sunday!
wow. they're beautiful!
Those baskets are beautiful.
Such a wonderful event, I never attended or heard of it while I lived in NM. Is this a new addition?
There is a lot of talent in those baskets.
They look like gorgeous baskets too! I'm betting she sold quite a few.
Did she say how much time went into creating these baskets? What was the prices on them? They are really something.
I love the pattern of those baskets..What is it made from, Randy?
beaux chapeaux et depaysement
the baskets are gorgeous. i'll bet they take a long time to make!
Such a happy colourful picture Randy, looks like a good time is being had by all!
Estupendas siempre tus fotos.Saludos y un abrazo.
This one great! Wonderful baskets.
I just showed this photo to my daughter. She thought the baskets were amazing!
Beautiful and colourful shot Randy!Hope you're enjoying your short trip. ;-)
I would have enjoyed this event so much!
For you are always something interesting going on. That's nice. Greetings!
Basket weaving is really a beautiful art form.
I think Santa Fe must be the most colourful city in America, judging by your recent posts, Randy:-)
Her work making those baskets is really beautiful. Colorful shot.RegardsValeryBarcelona Daily Photo
Nice colorful shot.
Fabulous baskets! They have come all the way from Swaziland!?
You have some great cultural contributions there!
Those baskets are gorgeous.Thanks for sharing.
They are very pretty, Randy. Did you buy any?
African baskets are the coolest ever!
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