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12 March 2009


On our way to the Sand Dunes, Pat and I spotted this giant, organic sculpture as we passed through the tiny town of Blanca. I wanted to photograph it in late afternoon light, so we made a point of stopping on our way back home.

I've never heard of Blanca. It's so small that it's only about two blocks long (I'm not kidding). According to their website, they have 402 residents. The San Luis Valley is largely agricultural, so I'm sure that farming and ranching are what life in Blanca revolves around. From what we could tell it's a peaceful, pretty place.


bfarr said...

so if a tree plays a violin does anyone hear it?

Sharon said...

Great sculpture!!

San Diego Farmgirl said...

Hmmm, I thought THAT kind of agriculture happened up in Boulder? LOL

Karen said...

Great photo. and the hawk just makes it more special.
Someone in that town has a touch of whimsey.