28 comments on “A Home

  1. Just wanted to share my hilarious blog with a fellow traveler. Hope you enjoy it as much as I have enjoyed yours.
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  2. vastlycurious.com says:

    I could live and die here !

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  3. Brigitte says:

    Beautiful picture, Cathy and the quote is so true. Home is such an expression of the self as well. We all need our spaces, however big or small, that expresses who we are, a place where we feel safe and can just BE.

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  4. It never ceases to stop me: the bold colors, shapes and movement of that area. So lovely.

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  5. Bastet says:

    A truely lovely photo love these colors…and the quote is quite correct of course!

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  6. Lovely! Gorgeous colors!

    My home is definitely my sacred space. My half of it, anyway. 😉

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  7. unfetteredbs says:

    Love the quote. Beauty in your blog Cathy. I love visiting you

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  8. I love the fact that your great pictures take me to places that I’ll likely never visit, but I enjoy seeing so much through the eye of your camera. This is just a beautiful composition with so much to look t from the house to the mountains to the clouds … As for my home, right now my apartment is dual purpose — it’s where I live and currently, during this heat wave, where I’m being baked alive.

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    • Cathy Ulrich says:

      So sorry about the heat wave, V. So hard to sleep when it’s so hot. And I suspect they don’t take kindly to naps at your desk at the Grind. Hope the heat breaks soon.

      I’m glad you enjoyed the shot. This little bungalow in the Taos Pueblo was quite different than any others I saw there with the little fence, juniper bush and cool entry-way. I would have loved to have seen the inside – just as neat and outside, I suspect.

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      • I was wondering about the inside, too, Cathy! I suspect it is very Williams-Sonom Taos Pueblo-style.

        Yes, I have caught a few surreptitious z’s at The Grind today. But I don’t think I snored (too loud).

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  9. ShimonZ says:

    Looks like a beautiful home.

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  10. aFrankAngle says:

    A beautiful pic and a post promoting thought!

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  11. clumsyfool says:

    Once again a stunning picture!
    I definitely see myself living there in a few years. Small, cosy, quiet and surrounded by a beautiful landscape…

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  12. Beautiful photo, Cathy! To me, there always seem to be something spiritual about these little pueblos, or is just me?

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    • Cathy Ulrich says:

      It’s so true, Amy. The energy in these places is palpable. Taos is one of the oldest with people living there over one thousand years and it felt like a very special place to me.

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