A photo walk of downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico . The historic Canyon Road is home to over 100 art galleries. A walk down internationally famous Canyon Road is filled with unique art galleries to suit anyone’s taste. The galleries specialize in Native American art, Southwestern art, Ceramics, Jewelry, Weavings, Kachina dolls, Sculptures, Paintings, Woodcarvings, Modern and Contemporary art and much more. A visit to Santa Fe and especially the is historic downtown Plaza and Canyon Road should not be missed. Canyon Road is just one half mile long but, the doors windows and gates along Canyon Road and the back streets are all quite unique and affords a great photographic opportunity. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit New Mexico, The Land of Enchantment. [Read More Below]
Santa Fe is the oldest capital city in North America and is the capital of New Mexico today. The Santa Fe area was originally occupied by Pueblo Indians around 1050 A.D. The town of Santa Fe was established 13 years before the Plymouth colony in 1607. The architecture is heavily influenced by the Native Americans Indians, Latin Americans and the Spanish. All three of these groups had a major impact on the heritage and culture of the Southwest. On January 6, 1912 New Mexico became the 47th state of the United States of America.
The photos in this gallery were taken along Canyon Road and it’s back streets.