Hi there! I wanted to share more images with you from this year's trip to Santa Fe. The sights on the street are as visually exciting as the art in the museums. This is a city with a technicolor heart!
On our way out of the hotel one morning, we stopped to peak in a courtyard next door. I am always pleasantly surprised by what I find. I love the play of light and shadow on the wall.
The iron gates are exquisite.
On another street, we happened upon a pottery shop. This sunlit window caught my eye.
Art rises from the concrete and peaks out from the brush. I discovered this street mural across the street from the bus depot.
The doorway to Pasqual's beckons with the promise of tasty delights within.
Magnificent hand blown glass catches the afternoon sun.
Richly colored woven textiles and aging architecture are a lovely combination in the late afternoon light.
Lively music pours from the Coyote Cafe, day and night. I sure wouldn't want to live above it!
Beautifully textured hand-woven rugs grace the walls at Marigold's Canyon Road Studio. "You don't have to be afraid to use them!," she assures us.
Santa Fe seems to be perpetually in bloom through Spring, Summer and Fall. The flowers are not about to be upstaged by the art!
I love the ceramic sculptures. If I could afford one, I'd put it in my garden.
That will do it for our technicolor tour. See you again soon!
Until next time,