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ANAYA SPRING

Elevation: 6,035 ft.
Ecological niche: juniper savanna
Ownership: private
Location: between Gallisteo and Cerrillos, NM

Land Arts of the American West

JOURNAL ENTRY

Jennifer Garlick
Anaya Spring, NM
August 25, 2005

The "Springs" of Anaya Springs refers to the water that is several hundred feet below the ground we are sleeping on. We are only less than an hour away from Albuquerque and all has been transformed in the last few days. Time is no longer registered by the hands of a clock, rather by the heat of the sun and the sound of the dinner clang or breakfast yell. We finished our permaculture piece today and we are all caked in dirt and pinon. All eyes watch the campfire and drift into exhaustion. Smiles spread.

Land Arts of the American West

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Land Arts of the American West

Land Arts of the American West

Land Arts of the American West

Land Arts of the American West

Land Arts of the American West

Land Arts of the American West

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