Follow my journey into the future. I promise it will be full of random rants, travel and other photos, musical musings, especially BOWIE, general chaos, and all my animal family: four horses, three alpacas, three dogs, and three and a half cats.
Those are really neat looking!! Where's that at?
lol! This is great photo, but it made me smile, too. I was going to post the exact same photo today!Isn't that funny?~Lisa
These are ver interesting and even more so with Lisa's comment. Is there a story there??Thanks for all the info on St Pat. I have a brother who was named after him since his BD is the 15th of March. I thought shamrocks were supposed to have four petals, not three??
That is awesome! It looks like origami horses. :)
This is one of several large sculptures in a private outdoor art park along a stretch of back roads highway called the Turquoise Trail. I drove along the roadway this past weekend when I went up to Santa Fe and Chimayo and stopped to take photos. Lisa and I discovered this place when I hid a letterbox at a remote but very ornate gateway a couple of years ago. There are large sandstone formations that we call "holy" rocks. Why? Because they have lots of holes, of course! It's a very cool area and is supposed to be opened to the public one day. I can hardly wait!
I drove by that place on the way to the Rashid clinic, I think. I suspect it's easier to sculpt and origami horse than to fold one. It's a tough one!Beautiful
Beautiful image--you both captured it well. The ones above from the same area are also great. What an amazing area of the country.
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