Category Archives: Mexico

House, July 23, 2021

This morning while walking the dogs along Arroyo Aduana we came upon this assortment of materials resembling a house. My first thought was that someone had found a perfectly useful but abandoned door and decided it wanted a home of … Continue reading

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Broken glass falls in the forest

Broken glass falls in the forestand from green dreams we wake to song.Dark eyes unseen pierce our nightto watch us stumble out of nakednessinto day. Slowly,we perceive their glances. We shove off rough covers,abrading the skin of our sleep,and from … Continue reading

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Jacinto Corral Miranda, QEPD

Jacinto is gone. He was here one day and then he was not. This is my tribute to a man I scarcely knew. I hope I can explain what it means to me that he is gone without sounding patronizing … Continue reading

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Birding the Apocalypse In and Around Villa Juárez, Sonora

Day One, March 5, 2019 We left Alamos at 9 a.m. on our adventure to the Sea of Cortez estuaries, isolated igneous hills, towns, villages, and the raped coastal plain of Sonora. We stopped in Navojoa to shop for a … Continue reading

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Fotos ocasionales de México

A public health announcement on the wall of a clinic in the village of Copala, Sinaloa, February 26,2019. The messages: “Social network – Prevent maternal death.” “The uterus gives life and is fragile like a rose. Get your PAP smear!” … Continue reading

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