Love that blue around the window. Colors in Santa Fe are wonderful.
That's a nice and cheerful post, thanks! Have a great Sunday too!
canyon road is really a nice road !love this image !
Millay, a Maine native. Ah... the words say it all.
Good morning, Randy! Enjoy your walk today...I'm going to Santo Domingo to see their Arts and Crafts Fair. You captured a great scene on Canyon Road with an appropriate poem! After the Museums last Friday, I, too, took a stroll there among all the sightseers, and ate my way up and downy the streets. The gallery receptions served some pretty good food.
Some lovely colours there
I loved this Randy!
This is very nice Randy.
This is a beautiful scene, and so rich with the character of Santa Fe.
What an exquisite shot. Just Beautiful
Awesome words to go w/ your pic today! Have a great time @ your 5k (I was visiting Kate's blog this morning.) Have you guys ever been to Blackstone Hotsprings in T or C? Stayed here last night & LOVED it. Off to the chile fest! Oh, yes, LOVED the Pantry, too!!! :) Happy Sunday!
Beautiful shot for a Sunday post!
Millay was from Camden, Maine, a beautiful coastal town. If you ever get to Maine, put Camden on your "must see" list.
Wonderful! That blue does work so well against adobe. And the flowers - lovely!
Beautiful post. You have indeed "touched" these flowers and not picked one.
Bela fotografia...Belas palavras...Espectacular....Cumprimentos
tres beau patchwork de couleurs avec ces fleurs
That's my house. It's been in my family for 200 years. We lease it to the Smith's who run the gallery there. Nice shot.
I like this image.
I love the contrast between the wall and the flowers. Canion Rd. is a show by itself!
I love that patch of bright blue color!
Lovely colours! That's an interesting photos!
i love sundays
Always such a wonderful array of colors in your captures.
Very appealing image Randy, gorgeous colours.
Oh, this one is right up my alley. Love the stucco, the color on the door, the flowers!!!
PS: I knew as soon as I typed "door", I really should go back and check to make sure it wasn't a window. Just my luck. :)
Gorgeous composition, love it, Randy!
This is a beautiful picture, one worth framing Randy! The quote is also so meaningful on so many levels. Apply that to people, and the world would be a better place, yes?Warm hugs, friend!
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