Sunday, October 23, 2011


Tlaquepaque, in Sedona, may just be one of the most beautiful shopping areas I've ever wandered through. Built in the 70's, the info says it's patterned after a traditional Mexican village, but I can't say I've ever been in a village that looks quite like it. (Maybe I need to travel to more Mexican villages!) The merchandise tends to be quite pricey, but it's a gorgeous place to stroll, take photos, and gaze at the art.

Late one afternoon, I wandered through with my Flip video camera and they were actually displaying vintage cars, some for sale. When I get time, I'm going to edit those clips and make a short video. More to come!


Ann said...

The photos & the video are great. Looks like a very interesting place.

AJ. Baxter said...

Excellent images as always. Great compositional style!

CurlSnout said...

Nice pics!