You must live downtown. How else could you be able to afford the time to take such gorgeous shots
The turquoise is so beautiful with the adobe! Happy weekend!
Just love the architecture there!
Looks like you picked a real quiet time for your shot Randy.
I'm never tire of this combination of colours. Awesome!
Randy,I do enjoy the shots of these sandy looking buildings!
You have so many delightful streets to walk!
Iconic Santa Fe with those Spanish-style adobe buildings and the sand colors. Nicely done. Hope you're having fun early in the morn!
The sun looks like it's warm against the buildings.
That is a nice quiet street scene with pleasing colors.
Hey Randy!Your photos always remind me I need to get out around town & walk!! I need to make the time... I am just so obsessed w/ the clay lately :)Glad to hear your class is going well. I've cut my shifts at work for this semester so I can be there as much as possible.... usually all day on M, W, F & sometimes on Saturdays, too! Stop by the studio some time & say hi.. I'm in 731b.Have a super weekend... the weather is getting NICE! Yay!
Love that turquoise trim.
'in winslow, arizona...' sorry. couldn't resist.
No people, how did you manage that? If the car was not there it would have been ideal.
That looks so wonderful! And it looks like an old part of town?
I just can't get enough of the turquoise and adobe. Thanks for the fix.
Love the building and their unique colors!
Looks like an early shot, it has a Saturday vibe.
The nice, adobe buildings, I love them!
Somehow, don't know why ... reminds me of the movie "Rango" ...
This is a classic Santa Fe scene. Thanks for sharing it with us.
I would take dozens of shots in this place! ;-)
I love the turquoise and sand colours together! This looks so southwestern to me.
I love seeing these adobe buildings.
... but there are 'no girls passing by.' Now, who sang that little ditty?
I like this part of Santa Fe. Very picturesque!
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