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Santa Fe’s Historic Adobe Architecture

One characteristic of Santa Fe that makes it stand out among other cities is the same thing that doesn’t stand out: its architectural style. The distinctive low-profile adobe buildings are made of earth and sun-dried straw. They come in a variety of soft earthen tones and have flat roofs and soft rounded corners making them blend in to the gentle slopes of the mountains surrounding the city.

From Albuquerque, we did a day trip into Santa Fe to explore the city and to meet up with fellow photographer Jackson Frishman, who was kind enough to treat us to a great lunch at The Shed, a well known local restaurant, and show us around town. Thanks Jackson!

While the architectural style was once simply a shared aesthetic, it is now required by law that new buildings and any renovations adhere to this specific style making the new appear old.
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gorgeous, love the layers and the amount of texture you captured in this shot! Had to share it as my #potd
Cool shot, love all of the intersecting planes!
This looks like the Inn at Loreto. I have seen it many times, but not from this perspective. A well crafted image. The colors and gradients are especially nice.
The composition is just fantastic, Anne. Wonderful palette of course, but matched with the sky and your processing, it is a beautiful concert. Wonderful work!
That is an earth building as an earth architecture...
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