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I grew up within this landscape, yet I have never tired of the way the elements of stone, dust, and sky seem to writhe and pull away from one another. Alternately piercing through the earth as craggy mountains, or slicing deep canyons into the muted grey green expanses of crumbly earth, this land seems to cower beneath a blisteringly blue sky.
In this land that fills our palms with the spines of tender cacti, and purple afternoon monsoons melt our roads into clay slicks with their deluge—I explore how the same intensity of this place, which forces drivers to relinquish their cars to muddy roadside embraces—also shelters within its feral grasp.
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Stein, Treska Lydia, "A Geography of Grief: An Exploration of the Significance of the Northern New Mexican Landscape in the Grieving process" (2017). Senior Projects Spring 2017. 144.