Santa Fe

Santa Fe feels natural and like home to me from the beginning.

It is one of the first towns that I visit in the US, this being my first trip to the ‘real’ America, the US outside New York City.

When I landed in Atlanta airport for a change of flight I experienced a kind of cultural shock meeting this ‘real’ America. Still wondering what it is about, I have gotten a taste about some cultural differences that seem bigger than I thought, between Europe and USA.

Santa Fe is a beautiful town with great atmosphere and food, one of the oldest towns in the US.  The buildings are in the traditional Adobe building style of New Mexico. Adobe is the Spanish word for mud brick, and these bricks were originally used to make Pueblos – Native American communities.

Enjoy the beauty in these photos, from mostly around the Central Plaza where the Indian market is:
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