Authentic expression; staying close to what is real and sacred @ gemmashouse
In my lifetime I always yearned for that adobe. I know now that it is not to be, because I will not move out of state. So I settle for the lesser of it. We, (husband and I) are making plans to build me a 16x16 studio out in the backyard. I will have the outside done adobe looking hopefully. Those are great pictures and I love those chili's. Nice post.Oh, I did a post on the "Where I'm From" or at least I tried. I enjoyed it, memories brought back. Thanks for sharing.
beautiful ms Gemma! love the chilis but even more I love that adobe.. nothing like that here!
Lusciously gorgeous! :)
What great subjects for your paintings, Gemma! Beautiful photos!
Hey Gemma! Don't know if you'll have time or interest, but wanted you to know you are invited to play along for our new Day of the Dead swap, fest, etc...http://motherhenna.blogspot.com/2009/09/new-collaboration-fest-day-of-dead.htmlMiracles!k-
Gorgeous! I especially like that purple and orange combination. Sigh - adobe speaks to me to. I wonder why it appeals to so many people. Because it is earthy?
You are probably wondering what adobe speaks to me to do. I MEANT, it speaks to me TOO!
Every time i see the true WEST..I have a feeling I will end up out there somewhere..hey my Gypsy days are not over! THese photos tug at my heART
Gemma!!!!! Hey Gemma... :) How you doing? I miss the desert, I miss not smelling, seeing, wallowing in Sedona.. I miss you!!Peace, Mrs C. <~~Makes ya giggle..lol
The eye just doesn't know where to land. So many exciting images and rich colros.
Oh beautiful postcards, Gemma! Yes, abundantly vivid light and love all around...xo
I love the chillies and adobe! Beautiful pics, Gemma!
There is no shortage of beauty in that peaceful city, nor in your blog! The colors in the photos are breathtaking!Wishing you lots of abundance as your birthday approaches!
Beautiful pictures!!!i have to do that book one day.Happy Birthday my sweet very dear friend!
Gemma,wonderful photos, a reminder of our visit last year. Missing you.
Wow, love those pictures -- I can't even pick a favorite, they all go together so beautifully. Someone above said they'd make great postcards, and I agree!