Friday, June 17, 2011

Adobe Church (Weekend Reflections # 91)

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Another reflection from New Mexico. This time it's an adobe church and a white tree under a beautiful blue sky. It reflected in the window across the street.
I have a California reflection at my other blog.

If needed, please click the link in the top right corner for Weekend Reflections instructions. Now, lets have some fun with Weekend Reflections!







70 comments:

  1. gorgeous reflection James...I love the warm desert colors.

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  2. Very beautiful James! Congratulations!
    Léia

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  3. Hard to find bluer skies than in New Mexico! What a gorgeous shot, James! Love the rich colors and wonderful reflections as always! Hope you have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  4. Dear James, i'm sorry to have to write this, but like last week, impossible to link!I guess the 2.0 version does not accept french bloggers?..And what does "Click an ad link" mean?..I'd like to help you but I don't understand!
    And BTW, your reflection is gorgeous! I like this word, "adobe"..and the colors make a marvellous contrast, beautyfully underlined by the white frame.
    (word verification: light!)

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  5. Magniifica light, I love the reflection in the window.

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  6. As always your reflections are wonderful. The framing is very appealing offsetting the image. I NEVER click through to ads, but for you-I did. Dangerous to click a camera shop ad-potential to spend money, yikes. Happy weekend.

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  7. A perfect picture. So pleasant.

    I clicked.
    Thanks for all the trouble and expense you go through to make this meme meeting place for us.

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  8. Can't be clearer! Clean windows...

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  9. beautiful!
    i love the quaint feel of it.

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  10. Very nice James! You just gotta love the earthtone color on that building.

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  11. Love NM. This is a wonderful reflection.

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  12. Its amazing the reflections you get from windows James, well shot.

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  13. one of those beautiful N.M. skies. like no others. great reflections James. thanks for hosting, and yes I will click on ads. happy weekend to you.

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  14. faboulous shot. I do like the color of the russian olive against the adobe.

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  15. Thank you! Once again , you saved me! I noted all what you wrote and will try to do things this way next week.I would not like to disturb you every friday! :)
    OK, I understood, "ad" is for "advertising", and I go immediately clicking everywhere I can to help you!
    THANK YOU again! I wish you a nice week-end!

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  16. I really enjoy the adobe color, especially against that great sky blue.

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  17. Love adobe houses! Well spotted, James, great shot.

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  18. Beautiful window reflection, great shot.

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  19. I love this reflection, James. Look at the blue of that sky! I really want to visit New Mexico. Thanks for giving me a taste of it.
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  20. A perfect reflection, looks gorgeous too.

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  21. I haven't visited NM in years and this shot makes me want to head out on a road trip. Really lovely reflection and the colors are so vivid-- Wow!

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  22. I love the glow of the tree against the warmth of the building
    and then the framing makes it all perfect

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  23. Ah... the colors of New Mexico... warm and inviting. And what a wonderful tree in your reflection too, James. Is that a eucalyptus?

    Rather than click on an advertisement, I'd be willing to donate to the cause. Do you have a PayPal account?

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  24. It seems that you're right about Tomas Gudmundsson!There was no name around the statue, but I know that some poets prefer it being so (In France, Chateaubriand has no name on his grave)
    You're much more talented than me with Internet!! :o)(To thank you once again, I go back to "ad click"! :o)

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  25. Nice Reflections. Happy Weekend to you! LG Tina

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  26. such a simple and beautiful church!

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  27. It`s a beautiful look in to that window. So clear colors.
    Hope you have a great weekend!:-)

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  28. What a great photo and the reflection in the window is so clearly captured.

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  29. I like it James. That deep blue western sky never ceases to please.

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  30. You have taken a perfect reflection! And I clicked!
    Have a great weekend!

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  31. Beautiful reflection! Like a fresh painting hanging on a wall!

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  32. The reflection looks like a framed photo. So beautiful. New Mexico is one of my favorite states, with that lovely blue sky.

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  33. Do you mean clicking on the ad choices in the right side bar?

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  34. Gorgeous picture. I shall make it a point to click on the ads.

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  35. I clicked!!

    Another beautiful photo, James! The sky can't be bluer than this...and I love that tree too.

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  36. Well done, James. The contrast of the rich adobe color and the blue sky is special.

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  37. I clicked more than one ^_^ Thanks for the poke!

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  38. Beautiful colours and image. It is just what I imagine New Mexico to look like.

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  39. I'll click and then click some more! You've clearly been inspired by the Southwest—beautiful.

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  40. You have taught me to LOOK for reflections - and I LOVE window and puddle shots now. Thanks!

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  41. Incredible blue sky, even in a reflection.

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  42. James,
    What a perfect blue sky of New Mexico and its reflection!! The shot is more beautiful than framed painting. White frame, building, white tree and its shadow・・・, everything is fit in harmony.
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  43. Great capture! My choice for Weekend Reflections is up. Stop by if you have a moment!

    ~Antonette
    http://jottingsfromjersey.blogspot.com

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  44. wonderful reflection in the window ... I'd love to help by clicking but I don't see any ads at all ... I do use Firefox and it tends to eliminate ads

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  45. It is a beautiful reflection, so clear!

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  46. Glad to meet your comment in my blog:)
    Have a nice weekend James

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  47. Your reflection is awesome, so clear!

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  48. In a word...stunning!
    ☼ Sunny

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  49. Absolutely perfect my friend.

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  50. thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment.
    I just joined this linky
    http://momdaughterstyle.blogspot.com/

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  51. Beautiful and peaceful.
    Thank you, James.

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  52. James, I bet you looked sharp in that uniform! :-)

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  53. I like to click on For sale ads, am looking for a house,

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  54. Nice shot. Looks like a lovely day. Gorgeous blus sky! Happy Weekend James.

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  55. It's a beautiful tree against the New Mexico sky.

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  56. I love those adobe buildings in New Mexico and this church is such a wonderful warm, uplifting, and cheerful color against the brilliant blue sky. Sometimes churches can be a little ponderous and even a little scary and intimidating. I love the alive and joyful feel of this one!

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  57. Hey James, slipped in here just under the wire I hope, with the little reflection you noticed in the lid of the picnic jug there at the horse races.

    Hope all is well with your moving and travelling, I'm sure you're having a field day wherever you are right now. Beautiful blue sky there to set off the adobe... in the footsteps of Georgia O'Keefe...

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  58. Beautiful reflection! Love the color contrasts.

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  59. The photo is so welcoming...would love to visit this part of our country one day.

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  60. Beautiful! I love all that bright blue sky with the orange walls.

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  61. A Santa Fe color.
    The deep blue...

    It reminds me of the atmosphere of the land.

    Thank you.
    ruma

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  62. Thank you to share

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  63. I just came back from the International Paris Air show, exhausted, just to in time to discover your beautiful picture from last week...

    I just love the colors on that window reflection : green blue red... Simple and efficient !

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