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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Vintage Buildings and Statues
Travel is one of my favorite things!

When I think of vintage it is normally some object that I own but today I want to share something a bit different.  We have been on three Missions trips to Quito Ecuador on one of these trips we took an evening for a dinner at a restaurant in the Old city of Quito.  The restaurant was beautiful. Quito [1] is the capital of Ecuador. It was founded in 1534 on the ruins of an ancient Inca city.
These beautiful statues are in the center of the Old Town.

Hope you enjoyed these vintage buildings and statues. 
My sisters and I have also started a blog together called not accidentally we would love for you to come by and leave a comment.  It would really make our day. 
Blessings, Debbie


LV said...

Thank for this great tour of an area I will never see. What a fascinating place.

GardenofDaisies said...

I love these magnificent old buildings and fountains in the square. So picturesque. I have never been to Quito, but it truly looks beautiful!

Ann said...

How gorgeous that resturant is. These old buildings are definately "vintage". They used to really make buildings that lasted a lifetime.

Serendipity Handmade said...

I've never been to Ecaudor, but I've been to Argentina, and your photos brought back memories.

Happy Vintage Thingies Thursday!

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Hi Debbie,

Wow! Thanks for sharing these; they are beautiful. I was especially taken by the blue building. Stunning!

I haven't been by to say hello for a while, so that is what I'm doing ... I hope that you are doing well. I'll check out your new blog very soon.

Take care,

Kathy M.

Jenny's Heart said...

Georgeous! Makes me want to pack my bags and hit the road.

Sarah Howe said...

I just LOVE the photos, and your blog in it's entirety! I see you paint also, my husband is the artist, not I but it is truly such a wonderful gift! Thank you for coming to "The Artist's Life" I truly hope you will continue to visit, and perhaps we can share some painting inspiration!


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