Here’s a late afternoon view of the San Miguel Church on the Old Santa Fe Trail. This church claims to be the oldest church building in America.
Image taken with my Fujifilm X-T1 and post-processed in Lightroom 5 with VSCO Film and Nik’s Silver Efex Pro 2.
This is another image taken along Santa Fe’s famous Canyon Road – where many of the city’s art galleries are located. It was late afternoon and we were slowly walking up the road to have dinner at Geronimo (where I had elk for the first time – sourced from New Zealand and marinated for a day in dark beer!).
I loved how the late afternoon sun was lighting up these two pieces of our door sculpture and captured this shot with my Fujifilm X-T1. Post-processed in Lightroom using VSCO Film.
We headed out along Santa Fe’s Canyon Road – for an early dinner reservation at Geronimo. Along the way, most of the galleries were closing up shop at the end of the day.
Up an alley, I noticed this sculpture – standing up against that building with the crumbling wall in the late afternoon sun. And the brilliant blue doorway. Wonder what’s behind that door?
Isn’t this what Santa Fe is all about? Such is love along Canyon Road…shot with my Fujifilm X-T1.
Walking along Canyon Road in Santa Fe late in the day last week, I came across this sculpture – reminds me of Jack London.
Shot with my Fujifilm X-T1 and post-processed in Lightroom 5, Photoshop CC and Nik Silver Efex Pro 2.
Santa Fe has several really special restaurants. For our first dinner, we went to a great spot close by – Bistro 315.
Above our table was this window with the wine bottles all lined up. In fact, all of the windows had wine bottles lined up!
I shot this with my iPhone 5s and added a bit of texture in Photoshop CC using the oil paint filter. The texture on the window almost looks like frost – but it wasn’t frosty in Santa Fe!
I love how the label on one of the bottles is peeling off – adding visual interest.
We had the D’alfonso-Curran 2008 Chardonnay with dinner – a pretty amazing wine!
A popular decoration in Santa Fe are these dried red peppers – hanging in doorways and windows – and on gates.
I found them fascinating as subjects – especially as the lighting shifted from early morning through the afternoon and into evening.
This is a late afternoon example shot at The Inn of the Five Graces with my Fujifilm X-T1.
We recently spent a few days in Santa Fe – with my Fujifilm X-T1 and iPhone 5s.
This is one of my favorite shots from the weekend – shot inside the main building at Jackalope with the Fujifilm X-T1. I titled it “Iridescent” – that’s what the vibrant colors brought to mind.
Jackalope reminds me of the old Cost Plus Imports in San Francisco – imports from all over the world, lots of doo dads and trinkets – and some beautiful fabric and pottery. A place to step out of whatever your normal is.
If you go to Santa Fe, be sure to visit Jackalope!