Thursday, February 08, 2007

El Centro, the historic part of Old Town, has buildings that are being restored and others that are still terribly rundown or merely rubble. This corner is graced with a blossoming tree.

20 comments:

edwin s said...

Kate!!! So good to have you back in DPland!

Hope you've been well and the move was smooth and painless. Thanks for the audio teaser. You have a lovely voice. Just as i expected it would be.

Carol E. said...

Ah, but you are on the list (funny spelling), and Ham, or was it Denton, posted your e-mail at forum so we would all know that you are back. You're teasing me with that gorgeous flowering tree. We are frozen solid here.

Faye Pekas said...

Kate!! So glad you see you back :):) I've missed you. I hope you're having a wonderful time in your nice warm weather. I love this tree and the colorful houses. I look forward to seeing more of your new surroundings.

Jazzy said...

GREAT to see you in the 'new robe' Kate. i'm glad to see you're having a great time.

denton said...

This photo is what I would hope to see in Mexico. Sad to hear there are buildings in such dis-repair ... I will fix my spelling mistake on our common set of Daily Photo links this evening.

The Wellspring said...

Beautiful shot - welcome back Kate! It will be fun to check out your trip photos. :)

Dsole said...

Ok, i remeber you posted in another blog and then you left to Mexico... and now here you are again, DPblogging is with you everywhere! tha's really cool!
Lovely photos there, are you learning spanish?

isabella said...

Well, it's about time! We missed you! Hope you're enjoying yourself. How long will the grandkids stay?

Lovely photo - is this a magnolia tree?

slinger said...

You're alive and well and of course missing all the fantastic temperatures up here in the frozen part of the world.

But of course I'm still shopping at the malls. In Cottage Grove, you can do your basic shopping there, but if you want anything special, I must travel a distance for it, having a family, kids, work, I must maximize my time and the malls, any mall nearby usually does the job.

~tanty~ said...

Hi Kate!
Welcome back. It's so nice to hear from you again. I've been missing you! Love the flowers in this photo.

Carraol said...

Wonderful colors & Wonderful to have you back. Te deseo una feliz estancia en nuestro pais.

Olivier said...

kate, bonjour content de te revoir parmis nous. je vois que tout se passe bien, tu as meme trouve une liaison internet ;o) .
Je te souhaite un bon week end au mexique.

kate, hello content with your return among us. I see that all occurs well, you have same finds a connection Internet; O). I wish you a good week end in Mexico.

photowannabe said...

Hi kate, so glad to see you and your family. the weather looks beautiful while we have a rain storm and just plain blah days. Looking forward to your posts from mexico.

Chris & Deb said...

Looks beautiful Kate! So nice to see you posting again!

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Kate, welcome back!!!!

I love this photo. Is that cherry blossom?? Great colors!!1

Kate said...

Thanks for your visits!! Don't know what kind of tree it is, just that it's attractive!

Helen said...

This is a lovely photo. I love the pink flowers on the tree

Bill said...

There you are!

We closed on the sale of our home in Virginia today, and this tree reminds me of one in our front yard there. Time to settle down in Delta!

AphotoAday said...

Absolutely beautiful... And Kate, I just noticed in your profile that you're age is listed as 250... Hmmmm....

jan said...

The photo with the tree in bloom is especially appealing, although here in Chicago suburbs 2/12/07, the morning temperature just before dawn is up to 15 degrees. However, we're scheduled for -7 overnight in a day or so. jan

Please--MORE photos that evoke memories of spring!!!!!