Another view of Santa Fe's multi structured New Mexico Museum of Art. The covered pathway sidewalk leads towards the front of the Museum. These types of paths are all over New Mexico, providing shade and cooler air for a stroll. The Museum appears like a Spanish Colonial Cathedral, but was built solely for art.
The metal statue a top the roof is an example of unique artworks on display outside of museums, adding a nice unique visual entertainment.
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npecanhuk (66914) 2014-04-27 7:52
I visited Santa Fe back in 1983, on my way from Colorado Springs/CO to Los Angelas/CA! I really enjoyed it and thought it was such a unique city, specially for its architectural details!
Very nice and attractive picture of one of its buildings and I'm glad it's still there and I hope that its surroundings haven't changed much!
TFS - congrats,
Noel_Byrne (25314) 2014-04-28 11:09
That sculpture has the expression of a cartoon character! Very nice to position him against the blue sky like this, while below the long line of the terrace leads well to the church. I like the individually painted columns too, this seems like a fun and very expressive place. As ever, the building is very cool, it looks so pliable!
All the best
eldancer1 (29055) 2014-05-03 7:30
One of the best museum I've been to, you are really making me miss New Mexico a lot! But then when I live there Albuquerque had a population of about 250,000, it's probably over a million now. Love those Native American arts and the story they tell. Good lighting and nice details. Well done, tfs.
mcmtanyel (14247) 2014-05-13 11:40
The sky is wonderfully blue and the building is warmly orange/brown. It's a very eye-catching combination. Nice repeating patterns and interesting architecture complete the attractiveness of this photo.