A daily photo from in and around Santa Fe.
The Dancing Ground of the Sun.
I like ... Any place is good to stop and meditate.Good Sunday, Randy.A hug.
They put things like that up here where someone has been killed in a wreck. Most aren't this nice, one was a cinder block with a flag and a can of beer. Anyway nice colors again.
Perhaps the shells are there just to add another element. Indeed unusual since the location is so far from the sea. I should check geological history to see if NM was once inundated by water. Blogging sets me off in so many different directions!!
Ha! Just as I suspected!! During some ancient geological period, parts of NM were indeed covered by the sea.
Ya, kinda strange. It's not like you are on a seaside villa there.
I wonder what their significance is.
It is meant perhaps for someone who had a deep love for the sea.
Simple, not gaudy (or should I say Gody?) like most. I like it.
I see usually just homemade crosses on the highway where someone lost their life due to an accident of some kind... always rather sad.
Fascinating and a bit sad...
an eclectic mix, but sweet, too.
I see little memorials on the roads a lot. This one is quite elaborate and unusual.
Is that an accident spot Randy? You see them in different spots here where some unfortunate person has had a car accident..so sad.
In my country you can also see shrines on the roads but they are very different from this one. Fantastic find!
Interesting find to be sure!
The shells are an interesting addition.
These are always so interesting.
Most interesting. I'd guess the shells have some meaning about which we'll never know.
Meaningful to someone, no doubt. I see highway markers where people have lost their lives, but not this beautiful.
Hmmm. I also wonder why there are shells there. It may be as simple as the maker likes shells and wanted to incorporate them in his design.
Touching! I suspect a child. The shells are probably a favorite object of the lost one.
I wonder too, especially as it's so far from the ocean - a great slice-of-life scene.
I'm guessing it is to commemorate the passing of someone recently..Duncan In KuantanKuantan nature photos
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