Water Walk

At the end of the first week of the “Submerged” residency with Biophilium (formerly Art Loves Science/Ayatana) on zoom, Isabel and I took a water walk in my neighborhood.

Walking the acequia trail. We got curious–what was that drilling? A quick note to Isabel’s husband Tim, who is an excavator. Turns out, the City is drilling underground wells to make sure there is no water contamination.

Bridge over the dry acequia–it runs on Mondays.

Here is the Baca Street Well. It is back up–most of the neighborhood’s water comes from the reservoirs in the mountains.

On the trail, by the transformer.

A rivulet of fountain water ran by our table at Cafecito–midway point on our circular walk.

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