Field of sunflowers behind my dad's house.
Sandia mountains as photographed during a day hike.
Angel from the Sanctuario de Chimayo.
A bit of history in Las Trampas.
thank you... the foto's are so real and so removed from european life, i love them for reminding me that people everywhere live lives in different and "inexplicably" meaningful ways :Pkeep well...
Thank you, thank you! I'm back in Venice, but I miss New Mexico already. Must have been wonderful to grow up there.
De memoria somos hechos :)
It's funny - the more time I spend away from New Mexico, the more I realize just how deep my roots are there and just how much I love and appreciate that place.I imagine NM is somewhere I'd like to have a summer or winter home, up in the mountains in the middle of nowhere. It's the perfect place for creativity, as scores of artists and writers have proven over the years.
Your lovevly photos have made me so homesick for Santa Fe!
*sigh* that's the country i love too...
Hello sweets, missing home??
i found your blog from your very sweet comment that you left on mine...i am glad to have found you!new mexico is, truly, a magical place. in april, i went to angel fire and stayed at a friends house there.i drove the high road with my friend, doris, and the enchantment sucked me in. i left a bit of my heart out there in that lovely land.
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