Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Evening on Galisteo


I love walking around in the evening. This is the view from the corner of Galisteo and Water street. Happy Wednesday!

21 comments:

Olivier said...

une belle lumiere qui tombe sur la rue, surtout sur les toits

Cezar and Léia said...

So charming street and that bike is a special detail in this picture! :)
Léia

Kathy said...

Love all the blue awnings and trim.

Kate said...

Love downtown any time of the day or night. Each shop is unique and many hold goodies I would like to have! Walking is good for the soul, esp. if the mind has been active all day.

Luis Gomez said...

Nice capture Randy!

Sharon said...

I'm betting there is a lot to see on those walks.

Leif Hagen said...

I love the architecture! I hope you've had a chance to meet Kate from St. Paul during her stay in Santa Fe!
Happy Leap Day, dandy Randy!

Light-In-A-Box said...

Well you know what they say, morning & evening is the best time for photography! Nice capture Randy..

TexWisGirl said...

i like how you caught the light at the top.

Lowell said...

I can see why you like walking around in the evening - look at that glorious light!

Traveling Hawk said...

I like that turquoise color, Randy, which so frecquent in Santa Fe!

Jarart said...

That lovely golden sunshine has melted all the snow;)

lifeisaroadtrip said...

It looks so peaceful, and I love the lighting!

RedPat said...

The lovely blue with the adobe is fabulous!

Teresa said...

I would love to be able to stroll the streets of Santa Fe...how charming!

Halcyon said...

Pretty view!

cieldequimper said...

I can't quite make out those statues and even less those black and white pillars but I'd certainly join you on an evening walk!

Magpie said...

So you stand around on the corners a lot? :)

Regina K said...

Randy you must live in an ideal spot, close to downtown and walking in the areas you display. I spent a few years in Santa Fe, I know that area.

Michaele said...

Can't get enough of these colors.

Lynette said...

What's the temp when you are out on your evening walks, Randy ?