That's a familiar scene in Santa Fe -- summer in the city . . . just don't step on any jewelry!
I must admit, I've shopped there and certainly did not leave Santa Fe without a new pair of earrings :^)
Such a good idea but... you have to crawl if you want to have a closer look.
Lol Randy, please restrain me... :-) So what's the palace? Have I missed something important here?
I often wonder what the Native Americans think of all the tourists that stroll by and stop? I've had some interesting conversations with many of them.
A shopping mecca! I agree. I think I mentioned once I've still got a turquoise bolo which I may have bought in Santa Fe...it was so long ago I can't remember! :)
I agree and this is my place: I like it!
A nice place to do business in the shade.
i would love to peruse those wares!
I've walked this street browsing the wares several times.
They need tables so us old codgers don't have to bend over to look.
I wouldn't dream of it Randy, especially the turquoise :)
I love this kind of markets!
But I wonder if you wear them after you have left Santa Fe? I do love turquoise though.
Some day I might take in the sights and sounds and jewelry.
Maybe my wife would be excited.
Oh, I have been there and your photo captures the scene beautifully. Yes, I did make a purchase or two and still have a silver and turquoise bracelet.Bises,Genie
Nice market scene Randy, I could see myself spending a little time browsing the wares in a place like that!
This might be THE classic Santa Fe scene.
Love the arcades!
Post a Comment