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Santa Fe Door Reflection - New Mexico. Possible master bed entry

Carved door, Santa Fe, New Mexico. I would just love to have this door on my future home.

Wooden carved door - Santa Fe, New Mexico.I was raised in Casa Blanca, a barrier here in California and this door reminds me of the mixture of my youth, growing in multi cultures.

bluepueblo:Thunder Storm, Santa Fe, New Mexico photo via scorpio Beauty and power on such a grand scale has to be humbling to any eyes that look upon it in awe…. ~Charlotte (PixieWinksFairyWhispers)

How I miss the storms of home. There is nothing like a NM thunder storm. Thunder Storm, Santa Fe, New Mexico photo via scorpio

Santa Fe, New Mexico; love the doorway but the rock and slate stairs would look great in my garden!

Santa Fe, New Mexico. I love so much about this place, especially the houses. If there was a coffee table book called "Doors of Santa Fe" I would buy it.

Albuquerque Balloon Fest held in October Albuquerque New Mexico.

Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta - every October in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. The Balloon Fiesta is a nine day event, and has around 750 balloons. The event is the largest hot air balloon festival in the world.

Beautiful drive - I dare to drive that route the first time I visited New Mexico. Now I think about it and make me wonder.

The Top Quirky Road Trip Attractions to Visit in New Mexico

Beautiful drive - I dare to drive that route the first time I visited New Mexico. Now I think about it and make me wonder.

East Palace Avenue, Santa Fe. This is one of the older sections of the city and it is filled with hidden courtyards.

East Palace Avenue in Santa Fe, NM is in an older section of the city. This area shows how truly magical Santa Fe is with its hidden courtyards and mesmerizing color pallet.

Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Canyon Road, New Mexico. But not THE Canyon Road, world-famous art gallery road, in Santa Fe, NM.

"Shops Of The Forgotten" 
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Shops Of The Forgotten ~ Cerrillos, New Mexico, United States

The gypsum dunes of White Sands National Monument in New Mexico.

Explore the gypsum dunes of New Mexico's White Sands monument

The gypsum dunes of White Sands National Monument in New Mexico. Also love the grass poking through the sand

A TOP PIN! Fillmore Canyon, is quite the "lady-like" waterfall, with its slender and rather contained flow and beauty, it is a sight to remember. Photographer Frank Carey describes the scene as a "fireman turning on a water hose!" In New Mexico

9 Waterfalls You Can't Believe Are In New Mexico

Known for its dry desert lands and incredible mountain views in the north, New Mexico is truly a state of natural wonders. They don& call it the Land of Enchantment for nothin& the state also boasts.