This was a cute statue in the old town of Santa fe. I also love the name of the street.
Walking down the historic streets of Santa fe, New Mexico. I think what caught my attention to this building were the colors and the coffee cup. I grabbed a quick shot trying not to make my husband too crazy because we were stopping every few minutes when something caught my eye, and believe me Santa fe is full of so many photo opps. Unfortunately, we were only there for a short time so I had to be quick and observant. Surely I missed a lot but, that leaves more for next time, right?
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Taken with camera+ edited with snapseed and ps express. El Santuario de Chimayo is a Roman Catholic Church in Chimayo, New Mexico. It is said to have healing powers in the dirt where a cross was found many years ago. Upon entering the church you will see 100’s of crutches, walkers and casts from people that were healed left there. As you walk straight ahead there is a little room called el pocito (the little well) is where you can shovel the holy dirt into a container to take home with you. This dirt has been blessed by the priest and has to be replaced sometimes daily.