EtsyMetal Blog Carnival ~ “Where Do You Live?”

March 4, 2013

A glimpse into the “who we are” at EtsyMetal this month! The Blog Carnival is a monthly topic on various subjects that the members of the EtsyMetal Team write about. The list of participants for this month are listed at the end of my article. Please enjoy clicking to each member’s blog article for some very diverse and interesting reading!

I live in an adobe house in the great Southwest, USA. New Mexico is a beautiful state which holds a lot of inspiration for me as an artist. From the lovely sunsets, unique New Mexican Cuisine and the Sandia Mountains to the fall Chile harvest, the colors here are warm and amazing.

Pictures tell a thousand words so here is a small pictorial view of where I live:







                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Lou Hunter

Laura Jane Bouton


Inbar Bareket

Laney Clark

Abella Blue

Cynthia Del Giudice

Erin Austin

Deborah Lee Taylor

Anne Walker

Theresa Kwong


7 Responses to “EtsyMetal Blog Carnival ~ “Where Do You Live?””

  1. cindy Says:

    You are so lucky to live out west. It is beautiful. Wish I was there!

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Beautiful! I always wanted to visit New Mexico. I wish I had while I was living in California!
    Thanks for sharing!

  3. Anonymous Says:

    I hope I get to visit and spend some time in NM some day. Looks lovely.

  4. Laney Says:

    LOVE your adobe casa! Such a beautiful place.

  5. Anne Says:

    So gorgeous and so different from where I live. I love the variety of landscapes and climates in this country! I visited New Mexico a number of years ago and really enjoyed it.

  6. Deborah Says:

    Love your adobe house-that is so cool!! Beautiful views where you live- thanks for sharing. Nice shot of the rooster-ha! (that is what it is right?) ; )

    • Thanks Deborah! No, that is a hen. I dont’t have a rooster at the moment. They tend to be a bit mean. Every now and again you find a nice one so maybe I’ll get on later.

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