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What a lovely ritual, thank you for sharing.
I gave up the formal practice of Catholicism long ago, but certain rituals stick. I think it’s lovely, too. Thanks for coming by!
What a lovely ritual.
It really is.
Beautiful, Carol. I am sorry we couldn’t get together. So close, too. We were celebrating our 25th Anniversary and had 3 full days to explore the area – and we did. I miss it already!
I want to know what kind of camera you use. Your photos are extraordinary!
As a Jew, I still went to many churches around Santa Fe (even on the High Road to Taos) and am always drawn to sit and reflect inside of them. I did go to a Jesuit college so I am familiar with the Catholic religion. I loved the church downtown the most, from the outside – we didn’t have a chance to go in. Can’t remember the name of it…
Lovely post, Carol. I want to hear ALL about the balloon fest. I wish my Scottsdale relatives had timed their event better so we would have been able to stay for the balloons in NM!
I’m sorry we missed each other, too, but what a lovely way to celebrate an anniversary. I had a nice afternoon with a girlfriend and then two full days with another–she and her husband live at 8000 feet with incredible views in an incredible home. It was a lovely 5 days. I have more posts coming on it all. We’re starting the fiesta tonight with the 7pm Mass Ascension. I’ll take some photos, for sure.
Thanks for the compliment!My camera is just a Canon PowerShot SD 1200 IS. It’s 4 yrs old and I was going to upgrade it before India in Nov, but really, it’s still fine, so I haven’t. I know I have a good eye, and I try to hold the camera really still, there’s no big secret to it. Hope you are home safely and your dad is doing well. xoxo.