Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Memories of Santa fe










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23 comments:

Teresa said...

These are fabulous images Seth! You see so much more with an artist's eye when you're travelling!

LostLuggage said...

Really nice, Seth..exactly what I pictured NM to look like. I especially like the texture and color conversion on your church photo.

Gail P said...

You've captured the essence!

Shirley Ende-Saxe said...

The red chilis on the adobe wall are zeee best! Repetition and rojo always get to me.

Gillian McMurray said...

Once again beautiful colours and great textures. You certainly have an eye for that. Lovely photos.

lstone4 said...

You have a fine photographic eye Seth!

ooglebloops said...

The photos are absolutely stunning!! I have finally updated my blogroll - you're on it!!

sf said...

Aaaahhhhhhhhh.
sarah

rochambeau said...

Beautiful memories of Santa Fe. There is something special~spiritual in the air there, don't you think?
Came by to say that it's great that you were able to meet Karen. Isn't she the best??

Constance

bockel24 said...

Cool pics as always, Seth.

Chris said...

See how much you say, Seth,
without saying a word?

Deb Plapp said...

I love your photos! Beautiful colors and the architecture is so so cool! Thanks for sharing. Deb Plapp

rivergardenstudio said...

Seth, these photographs are so evocative of another time. I love the cross and the sculpture of the woman, is it Mary? Thank you for sharing these... Roxanne

Izabella~ said...

beautiful~

laurel said...

These are wonderful photos!

Jazz said...

Your photos are, as usual, beautiful... I particularly like the door.

Marilyn said...

I've always wanted to go to Santa Fe. I feel like I've seen a piece of it now. Wonderful pics.

bindu said...

Found your blog from Robyn's. I just had a post myself about Santa Fe, so thought this was interesting! Good photos.

Robyn said...

Every picture really does tell a story. I love the old door and rusty bolt.

Barbara Kleinhans said...

darn fine photos! very focused and minimalistic. Looks like you had a very creatively fulfilling trip.

mansuetude said...

that blue on the lock, crumbling, has never seemed so sacred.

azirca said...

Stunning photos Seth, they make me want to visit Santa fe.

self taught artist said...

I'm catching up with your blog, its been awhile since I dropped by.
I'm thrilled you got to go to new mexico...all these photos are so beautiful and i'm so jealous!