Hello peeps. This time of year is magical. I love watching the leaves dance to the ground. Not only that but the colors are amazing. When I first moved here I couldn't see past all the mud (adobe) houses and the different shades of red in the soil. I moved here from one of the largest farming areas in northern California where everything was green and lush.
New Mexico has grown on me; it's deep in my bones and I love everything about it. Even the old adobe homes have found a place in my heart. I'm so very lucky to call this my home.
Hello wonderful leaves.
The above photo was taken at the El Santuario de Chimayo. I have done a post about the Santuario before but it's different every time you visit.
The trees are slowly turning. The little black specks are cows.
This is a corner of Rancho de Chimayo, the wonderful restaurant where I took my Aunt. Every fall the red chili ristras are a big thing. Most people hang one at their home; I love how the restaurant has covered the entire front of the building.
Hope you enjoyed your little visit.