Another Recurring Visual Exploration

One of my favorite locations in New Mexico — the Bosque Del Apache — is situated along the eastern side of the Rio Grande 160 miles south of Albuquerque. It reminds me so much of where I lived for 12 years on the eastern shore of Maryland — 10 miles up the Miles River from the Chesapeake Bay — before moving to Santa Fe.

The eastern shore is very flat and surrounded by the Chesapeake Bay to the west, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, with numerous rivers, and lots of wetlands and marshes; the Bosque del Apache too is very flat and is surrounded by the Rio Grande and its canals creating its wetlands.

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