We have spent the past week in Santa Fe, New Mexico. We have been coming here for more than 50 years and really enjoy it.
It was founded as a Spanish colony in 1610 and has at its heart the traditional Plaza. The buildings are made of adobe and often the windows and doors are brightly painted.
Grill work like this covers many old windows.
We walked along Canyon Road, lined with artists’ galleries. I really like this sculpture of children playing. We have seen similar creations—made by they same artist?—in other places.
I wanted to go touch these horses to see if they were sculptures or made of folded paper. They were sculptures.
These horses were made by a different artist.