One Day | One Image
Because I thought you’d want to know:
In accordance with Santa Fe City Ordinance No. 2007-48, a limited number of licenses may be issued by the City for vendors on the historic Santa Fe plaza.
I won’t lie: I wanted this shot because of “battery’s.”
But now, the thing that interests me the most is the way that garage door seems to be wider than the building. 10 more words
1 day, 11 hours
The low morning sun lit the wall of this metal building, revealing all the irregularities in the panels. At midday it would have had a completely different look to it.
Roswell, New Mexico
2 days, 12 hours
There’s a lot going on with this place. The one open window, the three boarded-up ones. The bigger openings of different heights. The adobe blocks peeking through the stucco. 24 more words
3 days, 12 hours
at the Manderfield Mausoleum
Santa Fe, New Mexico
(Here is some interesting information about the mausoleum.)
4 days, 11 hours
These concrete crosses are part of a larger memorial in honor of the nuns and priests who served the Archdiocese of Santa Fe.
I like how the concrete has weathered until it has the look of stone. 30 more words
5 days, 12 hours
Even with half the sign missing, I think its intent is very clear and I did, in fact, EP T!
Hernandez, New Mexico
6 days, 12 hours