Wonderful, honey!Have a nice week.Warm hug.
Really nice James. Beautiful statue.
That is kind of special.
How very organised it is.Lucy
It's probably like that everyday.Nice!
i m always fascinated by cathedrals.
I think people put some flowers every day. "New" Mexico is already "complete" Mexico, adobe walls, mexican names and architecture..all is looking so much south american!Impressive..
I guess coming from Europe 'old' is a relative term. The old adobe colours go well with the sky.
It's strange and interesting how the statue dominates the church building and almost overlays it.
Still on the road ? Or have you arrived in California now ? Beautiful carved sign there, someone must have spent quite a few hours making that... though it looks like a little maintenance is needed on the letters...Love your interior shot with the man praying there...
That sunshine looks delcious. I can see why you chose the West. You're smart.Such interesting architecture-and totally different than quaint New England.You've offered very kind compliments on my reflections of late. Coming from you, I'm honored-you inspire. Happy 4th to you.
beautiful, James! We visited there last October after the Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque. In fact, we walked to a great restaurant from there...it sat right beside the railroad station! YUMMY!
It's really beautiful. I never understood why shrines have hours.
Very special church and I like the welcome plate or board.
Hello, James. Artful Scenes are really grand. The delicacy of the life.The breathing of nature.I feel them.Thank you for showing splendid works.Have a good weekend. ruma
So pretty and the picture was perfect for the day.