Saturday, July 27, 2013

Fences Around Fountains


As I meandered through Tlaquepaque (pronounced Tla-keh-pah-keh) meaning the "best of everything", I came upon one fountain after another. It was amazing to see so many fountains in one small area of this unique old Mexican village in Sedona, Arizona but the spiral fence surrounding this gorgeous fountain was the most awe-inspiring.  Built in the 1970s, the village is filled with shops and restaurants and even an old church.
Wind sculptures covered the area behind the stone fence.

Linking to Friday's Fences

5 comments:

Gerald (SK14) said...

love the fountains - PS pardon my pedantry but there really shouldn't be an apostrophe in 1970s - it's a plural not a possessive - sorry - I do love the photos.

TexWisGirl said...

wow! really cool and beautiful area!

Ginny said...

I want to GO to this place!!! It reminds me of Spain in this post.

MyMaracas said...

How lovely. I imagine those wind sculptures were impressive!

Dawn@ We Call It Junkin.com said...

How fun those wind sculptures are! Pretty fountain, too. Looks like a very relaxing place.

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