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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by rusteel, Dec 6, 2012.
Awesome! I recognize most of it. What a great town Santa Fe is.
i lived in Albuquerque for 5 years in the past, and we always go to Santa Fe and the nearby towns. i had a blast during those years and i still visit NM once a year. its like my 2nd home. :smile:
One often forgotten fact about Santa Fe is that is where Eliot Porter did a lot of his great nature work. The Santa Fe Opera posters are an outstanding example.
Beautiful shots, great colors!
Nice shots! I've been in NM for over twenty years now, in Albuquerque except for 5 years in the Manzanos. Albuquerque is a nice enough place to live, but it's really when you get out of town (or at least on the edge of it, like a Petroglyph monument) that the magic of the place hits you.
It's been so warm this year (60's day time, not even freezing at night) that the usual smell of burning piñon and juniper this time of year is not very present. I miss it, though I confess to enjoying the sunshine and warmth.
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