those colorful sculptures have an "Easter" look to them.
They are playful sculptures, but I am afraid that I can't think of a place to put them.
love the color splashes!
Buy your friend a Pippin t-shirt if they have them.
Festive sculptures in bright colors. Reminds me of curled ribbon.
We walked up Canyon Road on a snowy New Years Day the last time we were in Santa Fe. Even on a holiday all the outdoor sculpture was still plenty and wonderful. (And all I can think of is "The Hobbit" when I read the name "Pippin.")
That is exciting to find out if they are related? That is nice you are reading the book about Amsterdam. I didn't read it, but Amsterdam has a long story of tolerance for other people and revugies. Helas that is changing recently under influences of stupid people with wrong thoughts about other people. It makes me very angry, the Dutch have never been like that.
Wouldn't that be fun if they are related! . I am trying to catch up, my internet went out on Sunday and I had to get a new modem
The colours are very bright and bold.I'm reminded of a hobbit nicknamed Pippin when I see that sign.
This place would draw me in. Hey, where did your haiku go?
I hope that you will be able to show us around inside. We also have friends in Colorado with that name...they were part of the group that hung out with us in Arizona last year.
Nice shots. I like that gallery.
Bet they are Kate! I also thought of the ribbon dancing that I've watched in the Olympics.
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