We went to Shakespeare, New Mexico
It is a ghost town
Perfect for October
The skies were clear
The vistas were pure Old West
All around us we saw
Pieces of the past
The air was so clear
You could smell the history
We looked down at ourselves
to find that we still looked like
people living in the 21st century
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Oh, those blue, blue skies!! The fog is so thick here this morning I can just barely see across the street!! Great captures as always, Clariz! Hope you have a great weekend!
Love the blue skies and the old wood.
Wonderful scene - look at those amazing blue skies1 Love your words too.
Wonderful photos for SWF and nice words!Have a nice weekend!
Lovely blue skies. Happy sky watching.
so beautiful...lovely blue sky!
I love the clear blue skies! They are very rare here.
What glorious images: so simple and so effective. Especially the close up of the windmill.
Wonderful shots of nice looking place.
The sky is the daily bread of the eyes. Happy TGIF! Hoping you can visit my skywatch post.
Perfect thing to do for this time of year! Beautiful New Mexico sky!
Oh, I love windmills...you did a great job capturing the feel of the area and the magnificent blue sky. Hope you have a grand weekend.
You sure had some beautiful blue skies. Here the skies have been hazy, I keep wishing for some breezy weather to blow clean air our way.
'You could smell the history'--that's what I love about the clear air out west. Your photos are exceptional.
Happy weekend, Clair!
is this a typical southwest fall sky? how lovely are these captures.
WOW, those are New Mexico skies alright. I love the richness of the colors. great shots Clair. happy SWF to you, and weekend too!
Ewok, this is pretty much what our sky looks like year round. We get terribly excited on cloudy days, always hoping for a drop of rain. Sometimes that's all we get: A drop!
Cannot get over how blue that sky is. I love seeing that sun shine too. LOVE your new header photo. Great words and pics.I appreciated them.
Incredible blues you have there. Old Will himself would be proud to put his name to it, ghost town or not.
Kay, Alberta, Canada
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super blue skies, and great words to go with them,
Gill in Canada
I love ghost towns - nice shots! I want to visit a couple of the larger ones here in Colorado one of these years.
Love the blue, blue of the sky in your shots, this week.
great post for skywatch... Have a great weekend ahead! Thanks for stopping by.
Blue skies nothing but blue beautiful pics
Fabulous shots. I lvoe you new header too!
Love the windmill photos and the beautiful expansive skies.
Looks like my kind of place! Wonderful post.
I notice so many ghost town now adays what happened? So no more people living and moving out? Kind of sad to look at it. But the landscape is beautiful. Happy Friday!
Bridge and Sky
Wow, what a pretty blu sky! Lovely skies and photos. Have a great weekend and happy skywatching!
What lovely pictures :0) Love the blue sky :0)
Lovely photos! It's been a few years since we've visited Shakespeare, NM.
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