It’s easy to tell that I was in the American Southwest – the iconic skull and dried-chile wreath gave it away.
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It’s hard to remember that this hotel has a highway and a railroad right next to it – everything in here seems so peaceful.
My favorite things are the light through the leaves and that bundle of laundry.
In terms of relative sizes of photos/crucifixes, you can see who’s most important here.
St. Mary Catholic Church
My favorite desert oasis is generally deserted* which lets me enjoy the shade, the cooling breeze from the water, the call of the ducks, and the graceful peace I feel when I am there.
near Marathon, Texas
*Sorry. I had to.
Another one of many things that have seen better days.
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