Every season in Santa Fe, New Mexico has its beauty. However, the fall season remains my personal favorite. The sun rises lower in the sky, giving a warmer hue to the light adorning the Adobe textures and fall foliage of this charming city. Here are a few of my favorite Santa Fe photos to date. [email protected]
The entrance to Hotel Santa Fe in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico
The Pink Adobe restaurant, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Fall is one of my favorite seasons for visiting Santa Fe, New Mexico. The mornings start out cold but turn into shirtsleeve weather as the sun rises. Because the sun is lower in the sky, there is less glare and a warmer hue to the adobe cityscape that Santa Fe is so well known for. Its the best time for capturing the warm patina of adobe walls against a backdrop of rich fall colors.
Door & Ristra, Inn of the Five Graces, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Seret & Sons, Santa Fe, New Mexico
A hotel garden in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico replete with fall colors
Shopping, Downtown, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Inn of the Anasazi, Santa Fe, New Mexico
If you are visiting Albuquerque, Santa Fe makes for a perfect day trip. It is a very easy commute by Rail Runner, and is perfect for an afternoon stroll, a bit of shopping and a great dinner.
A classic Chevy parked outside the LaFonda Hotel on old Route 66 in Santa Fe.
Inn & Spa at Loretto, Santa Fe, NM
The Inn & Spa at Loretto, Santa Fe, New Mexico
A Canyon Road art gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Public Library, Downtown Santa Fe, NM
The Santa Fe Gallery
A street in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico in the fall
Adobe Wall & Rusted Sign, Santa Fe, New Mexico