Santa Fe, NM



I lived in New Mexico for several years but only made it to Santa Fe 3 or 4 times. Moderate disappointment - I don't have any pictures of the touristy parts of Santa Fe like the Plaza. However I do have photos of 3 places that I found intriguing.



Spanish-Pueblo Revival Style Architecture


Architectural Detail


Burro Alley


Burro Alley


Burro in Burro Alley


Bar in Coyote Cafe


Driving around Santa Fe


Jackalope Santa Fe



Jackalope Mercado


Tibetan Gift Shop


Colorful Wall Decorations


Big Pots


Urban Prairie Dogs


Lots of Pots


Georgia O'Keefe Museum

Georgia O'Keefe (1887-1986) was a superb artist and fascinating woman. I recommend you watch the movie, "Georgia O'Keefe" staring Joan Allen. I think it's an excellent portrayal of O'Keefe's life.



"I paint what interests me and what I see."

"Georgia O'Keefe" 1922
by Alfred Stieglitz (husband)

"Old Tree" 1918
Georgia O'Keefe

"Corn, No.2" 1924
Georgia O'Keefe

"Autumn Trees - The Maple" 1924
Georgia O'Keefe

"Abstraction White Rose" 1927
Georgia O'Keefe

"Ram's Head, Blue Morning Glory" 1938
Georgia O'Keefe

"Pelvis Series, Red and Yellow" 1945
Georgia O'Keefe

"Blue Black and Grey" 1960
Georgia O'Keefe

Untitled (Abstraction Black Lines) 1970s
Georgia O'Keefe


Inn of the Turquoise Bear Bed & Breakfast

The Inn was originally the home of Witter Bynner, a prominent resident who was intimately involved in Santa Fe arts and culture. Guests at his home included A-listers like Ansel Adams, Robert Frost, and Georgia O'Keefe. The property is on the National Register of Historic Places.



Inn of the Turquoise Bear


Inn of the Turquoise Bear


Impressive Landscaping


Casita where we stayed


Another View


Kiva fireplace in the Casita


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