The Passing Scene

Stella Reed discovered this haunting assemblage along the Santa Fe River. What does it mean? I can only guess–but it is poignant and unsettling.

Richard Feldman captured a broken dragon and his own shadow.

Truth or Consequences window, from Isabel Winson-Sagan.

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I'm blogging about poetry, land art, haiku, women artists, road trips, and Baba Yaga at Miriam's Well ( The well is ALWAYS looking to publish poetry on our themes, sudden fiction, and guest bloggers and musers.

3 thoughts on “The Passing Scene

  1. Wow! This refers to the first photo? Matilda is the the name of the guardian? Does the artist have a name? Or just credit the handle?
    And can you tell me more about the shrine itself? I’ll add this info in to the blog post proper, but wanted to double check it with you first. Thank you–really appreciate your knowing.

    • Hi Miriam, I started the Goddess shrine several years ago with a number of other women. We tend it and refresh it annually on the Feast of Guadalupe. I enjoy seeing all the various items that show up at the shrine, but when blue-haired Matilda arrived, wow! I posted a photo of her on Instagram and the artist responded, saying she made Matilda 10 years ago and put her there as a guardian. I was glad to know her parentsge and history!

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