Nice shot of my favourite colors combination in Santa Fe!
"Long time, no see"! I missed you!There is a great shot, man! I like the shadow, the painting and the heater!!! LOLGREAT!
cela donne des belles couleurs a cette maison, tres belle avec sa porte et ses fenetres bleues, j'aime beaucoup
the contrast between the blue and the terracotta colours is marvellous, Randy!
Wonderful blue contrast with the adobe.Chrissy from Manchester: a photo a day at Mancunian Wave
It fits with the color scheme!
i love the colors on the windows/doors!
The facade is gorgeous, I love the blue as detail and your composition is adorable. I'm sure it's a place that I need to visit someday!Léia
The colors of the door and the trim are wonderful with the adobe.
Beautiful color for a doorway.
The colors you find are so alive and vibrant! Love it.. that heater shadow really does vie for attention...
Wonderful BLUE in the adobe. Nice combination with the heater. Fantastic light.
that painting sure brightens up that corner!
Isn't if funny how those things pop up when you didn't see them before? Love the colors here.
Looks like a UFO shadow!Hope your week is going well, Randy!Almost there!
Wow! Very nice Randy.
I like all the shadows. That elaborate bench looks nice too.
What makes these shadows so "southwest iconic" is the fact that the smooth background of the adobe makes a great palette for them. I can see why Santa Fe artists get so inspired.
Did you get a close-up of the painting? It looks interesting.
I can understand why -- the blue door would have distracted me! :)
I love the colors here...that painting is wonderful.
Wow - it is the blue that caught my eye!
Awesome capture Randy!
I think this is going to be one of my favourites ever because of the adobe and those blues and yellows!
I find the color of the trim and the painting wonderful. I don't even see the shadows until an after thought. Funny how the eye sees.
This is SO Santa Fe. Love it!!
Very nice shot. I like this one a lot.
What a lovlydig place! Greta colors too.
Santa Fe colours are fantastic, nice one Randy.
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